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Teaming up with Machines Don't' Care (A.K.A Herve), Kissy Sell Out is back with the spectacular new single, 'Ready For The World ft. Elliot Chapman'. The newest chapter of Kissy Sell Out's astronomical collaboration series is released on his San City High label.

'Ready For The World' is set to be a future club classic thanks to the perfectly crafted structure and flawless production provided by two of dance music's best. Instantly absorbed by euphoric keys, there's an air of Fatboy Slim's seminal hit 'Praise You' hinted at during the opening movement which sets the perfectly for what's to come. You are then propelled into a bouncy, summer festival atmosphere, where bass-lines boom with an Atlanta-crunk authority nuanced by Elliot Chapman's vocal line which breezes through as an anthemic central performance - sure to be sing-along classic over the coming months...

As well as delivering another club banger in 'Ready For The World', Kissy Sell Out also treats us to an array of stunning remixes including a sublime Disclosure-esque cover version by DrDr, a rumbling trap remix by Australia's Hydraulix, moombahton vibes by Sazon Booya, a techno dub by The Sneekers and an essential electro re-rub by Germany's We Are Nuts! Demonstrating his undoubtable musical prowess when it comes to unearthing the best emerging talent on the scene, the label boss of east London's most vibrant indie label has yet again brought together a remarkably talented selection of fresh musicians.

With Kissy Sell Out consistently rolling out tunes like 'Ready For The World' the club sound of 2013 is starting to sound a lot like his own.


Ready for the World

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