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The Way I See

  • Artists Havens & Hart, Atapy, Pete Oak, Jonny Hopkinson, Da Sunlounge, Rob Made
  • Release Date 2012-10-15
  • Labels Sleazy Deep
  • Catalog SLEAZY009
  • Description After the superb second volume of the Future Sleaze series which has been dominating the deep house and nu disco charts, and the extreme hotness of Future Sleaze stars Havens & Harts debut EP for us it's time for the big boss man Rob Made's "The Way I See" to get it's own official release with some seriously HOT remixes! Robs been very busy, Mixmag's been keeping an eye on him with their latest feature for the magazine and is testament to the labels growth In our relatively short time being on the scene. The Way I See was originally released on Future Sleaze Vol1 back in June and has had several licensing requests and will be out on 12" through our German friends Arms and Legs in November so watch out for that speciality. The original is a dancefloor bomb featuring the house don Pete Simpson on vocals, this is deep peaktime nu disco that just keeps on giving. With the original being so sort after we knew the remixes had to come in different shapes and sizes for all and have enlisted some seriously on the money talent to deliver! Havens & Hart bring the vibe down with futuristic funkin' deepness, Noir's rude boy Atapy slams it into nu skool G'ness, that intro just kills it boy... Sleazy's newest rising star Pete Oak delivers a beautiful grooving sexy-time reworking which is so on point right now and definitely one of the labels favourites. Future Sleaze's Nu Skool Northerner Jonny Hopkinson turns in a superb remake with his signature sound and deep house veteran Da Sunlounge brings it back for the more classic deep house heads out there! Spoilt for choice? you lucky, lucky sleazers.

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