Way back in April, Young Adults put out House Slippers, a mix album whose sunkissed disco-house vibes went on to soundtrack our glorious summer. Well the summer is sadly no longer with us, but the music is and to prove it, they've released a series of remixes of some of the tracks featured on the mix. Cosmic Kids turn "Mr Everything" into party poppin' electro-house, SONNS goes all electro-pop on "Just Wear It", "Into The Murk" gets even more acidified by OOFT! and Cottam goes mental with an 808 all over "Fake Bitches".
Tommy Kid touches down on Sounds Of Sumo for his second EP on the bass-oriented label and delivers seven tracks and remixes of pure, unadulterated nu-garage house fury! The first, "Jetlag", contains the funkiest chords known to man; "Bouncing Drops" is a gorgeous sci-fi roller of a tune and "I Know" goes all twisted with metallic cowbells and glorious, hissing percussion. "Easy Street (VIP)" is edgier and more urban, adding raved-out chords to a puritan dubstep groove, making it the sure winner of the lot. As for the remixes, CDBL transforms "Jetlag" into a sinister, Dubfire-reminiscent tech-roller, whilst Mark Starr shapes "I Know" into a broken, old-school house affair, and Kingsin adds a hip-hop twist to "Bouncing Drops". Impressive vibes from the Sumo crew!
Kid Alien - "The Atmosphere" (Klauss Goulart's & Mark Sixma Deep Universe remix) - (7:01) 130 BPM
Armin Van Buuren may have recently lost his #1 DJ in the World crown to David Guetta, but he still remains the biggest name in trance. Every Summer season, fans wait with baited breath for the annual Universal Religion compilation. This year Armin mixed both discs live at his Space Ibiza residency, and once again its packed with the biggest cutting edge music. This sampler is prime example. 'Gundam' from James Dymond, the Daniel Kandi remix of 'Home' by Susana, and the monster Stoneface & Terminal remix of 'Fight The Fire' from Andy Moor are all on offer... Dive in!!