David Garcet hails from Europe's captial Brussels in Belgium and in the business of producing fine techy House for several years now. With his debut on Emerald & Doreen, he sends some deep, soulful, funky flashback & handclap House waves to your ears, traveling through time, bringing you sweet memories from lost summer nights. „Do you remember that night ... when you said to me..."... yes, we all do...it was warm, nice but..."I didn't". Fragments. Lost Night. I understand. It's ok. I like the groove. The Vocals come from Brussel's Giova Aka M. Jane. Being an open-minded and enthusiastic electronic music lover since the 90s, her Dj-ing style is simple and efficient: a hot-and-sexy deep house with an artistic edge. The remixes are all worth it, as usual, and bring completely new views on the topic of „Lost Nights". Mr. Beard adds a Mr.Oizo-ish bass synth and lets the track swirl into the sunset with kicking hi hats, jangling funk licks and decelerated rags of afterglow. Sweden's A Copycat's delivers a percussion-lead story of a love bizarre, full of aural anecdotes from lost times, LeonxLeon's retro-synth adaption first beams you straight back into the 80s just before some acidic souvenirs fling you forward in time to some heavily sweaty 90s House dancefloors. Belgium's Bitch in Rix decides to dance the memories away. His adaption severely kicks ass - a spaced out deep house dancefloor filler in a ghetto style a la Kolombo, while David's own Color Colors remix is the right buddy for the early evening hours in autumn to recall the lost summer nights with a fresh summer vibe. But the night is meant to start with Garcet's classy Yellow Row edit with its uplifting indiedisco touch. Grab a drink, close your eyes and enjoy.