- Release Date 2014-04-15
- Label Muti Music
- Catalog MUTI172
This remix pack features a House remix by I Said No that has already received support from Sister Bliss on Ministry Of Sound and from Basement Jaxx who played it in Dubai, The Son Of Kick remix has already been tweeted about by DJ Craze and is earmarked to be a big one for Bass music fans of all sorts with positive feedback already in from Bassnectar ,Two Fresh, JSTJR, Dj Vadim and AWE to name a few. Deejay Theory was recently touted by DoAndroidsDance as the next best thing to listen to for fans of Major Lazer and his remix is evidence why, equally so for the Moombahton vibe of Ptero Stylus. Bass heads particularly will be eating this one up with Andreilien and David Starfire also covering the bases for Glitch Hop and Dubstep heads, while a future bass vibe is dealt with by emerging stars from Oakland, Dimond Saints who have been receiving rave reviews from every blog following Future-bass including Earmilk, TILT, I Want DM, Break On A Could O Junglist massives have been following this remix series with glee and to keep that ball rolling Benny Page knocks out a belter of a remix, the package concludes with an ever so solid Hip Hop version by Australian producer Monkeymarc that nails the vibe of the tune with an uplifting urban edge.
To give some background on this project, whilst on tour in Australia we met Mista Savona, a Melbourne based producer who had just returned from Jamaica with a bag of new riddims and an almost-completed album with legendary reggae artist Sizzla. We listened to the tunes and loved the fresh new sounds and very positive feel of the album, with its uplifting messages and inspired vocal performances. In the past few months as we lead up to the album's May 2014 release, Muti has been releasing a series of Remix EPs featuring producers at the leading edge of dance music globally, thus far receiving rave reviews across the Blogosphere, play on BBC, XFM, Sirius and numerous other internet and FM stations and reviews in high profile magazines like DJMAG.