Two great producers stepping up to the remix plate for this one.
A producer who is already familiar to anyone with even a passing interest in house music, Ashley Beedle is the first to get his mitts on the record… he has long been a fan of the band and recruited John Turrell to his MAVIS project a few years back. Ashley was given free rein to choose which track he wanted to remix but he knew straight away this was the one he could do the most damage on.
His distinct and refined funky bassline over a grooving four-to-the-floor kick provides a perfect backbone for analogue synth-lines to spiral around the frequency spectrum and for string sections to move your soul.
Smoothly intertwining John Turrell’s distinctive soulful and uplifting tones, it’s a combination so effortless, so natural but oh, so good. And if that’s not enough, a dance floor-ready dub and instrumental version are thrown in for good measure.
Mr Beedle is backed up by a rising star of house music, Sorley - who throws in some infectious melodies and tantalising bass riffs that keep you riding through his club focused mix.
Defected, Repopulate Mars and Nothing Else Matters have all released Sorley tunes, and this mix goes to show why he has become so highly regarded within the UK dance scene, notching up notable support from BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard and a host of big name DJs already despite his early career stage. This is a track ready to infiltrate DJ sets worldwide for sure.