Raised in the early days of house and going strong since the mid 90’s, is the Three ‘N One project. A project responsible for some of EDM’s most powerful classics. Any generation dance lover will know their classic ‘Reflect’, as well as their legendary remix of Energy 52’s ‘Café Del Mar’. Last year, ‘Reflect’ was upgraded with a 2011 version. This year, Three ‘N One kicks off another one of their oldies, this time from their G-Park moniker. And it lives up to its title. We’re in love with the Three ‘N One sound, once again.
Oldskool 90’s sounds reign supreme on ‘You Got Me Fallin’ (In Love)’. Lush vocals, that typical, dreamy but energetic mix of house and trance and the ability to move crowds, even though it’s been 12 years back since it first burst onto the scene. ZOUK wouldn’t be the revolutionary label it is, if we didn’t feature some new, stunning remixes to this pack. And so, we present three hot new additions to the ride that is ‘You Got Me Fallin’ (In Love)’.
The Whiteliner & Adam Prize remix kicks off with a distortive but tasty sound, moving you from first till last beat. It’s playful, electric and housy. Arkadia presents a more proggy translation of the classic, mesmerizing in its small details and blowing you away with a stirring prog-house kick after the break. Nay Ray delivers the most contagious remix of the three, smooth and trousy. It’s peak-time, gets stuck in your mind and makes it absolutely impossible to stand still.