Gramatik's "Native Son" has already been given an extensive makeover through a recent remix album and, just in case you didn't know, the original tune featured Wu-Tang Clan's mythical vocalist Raekwon. Yeah, kind of a big deal, right? So here we have "Native Son Prequel", which features Leo Napier on the vocals, but remixed by Jenaux. The Frenchman veers away from the original's hip-hop sensibility and heads towards a more electro-leaning house approach a-la Daft Punk. An instant hit.
London's Danced Til Midnight are back with "More of Love", a low slung, sensually charged slice of nu soul complete with Carmelle Cox's velvety vocals and guaranteed to get the floor bumping and grinding whatever the hour. "No Way Back" gets more funky and uplifting complete with a totally kick ass strings section and big band dynamic. There are some great remixes too: Faze Action's rendition of "More Of Love" gets some proper boogie playground action happening; which we were really into, while The Revenge's remix is more quality nu-disco action by a true master.