You Always Get Me High
- Artists Joyce Muniz
- Release Date 2015-05-18
- Label Exploited
- Catalog EXPDIGITAL98
An early coup for Exploited was 2011's 'Morning Love', Muniz's collaboration with Louie Austen. An old school Viennese crooner who'd worked alongside the rat pack in Las Vegas, he'd risen to prominence again after the turn of the millennium, alongside the likes of Peaches and Gonzalez, on the crest of electroclash. With his lived-in vocals riding a spacey house groove punctuated by snippets of breakbeats, Austen was so impressed with Muniz that he asked her to produce his next album.
This mutual respect was to arise again in the shape of Maya Jane Coles, who helped get Muniz's music into the hands of 20:20 Vision, so far resulting in two EPs. Then Richie Hawtin got hold of an unreleased track and played it on his Ibiza Boiler Room.
I really was wondering how Richie Hawtin got it! Joyce said.
Still, got it he had, leaving just the clearance of its Kraftwerk sample from 'It's More Fun to Compute' and the addition of a vocal by ex-Jungle Brother Bam, for the modern day hip-house of 'Back in the Days' to become a hit for Exploited last year. (DJMag) Not to forget her collaboration track Warriors with Bpitch longstay Kiki or her recent remix of Traffic Signs aka Steve Bug and Jake the Rappers Cookie Jar.
Her next release You Always Get Me High will drop on Exploited in May.