Give Me Love (extended vocal mix) - (6:13) 130 BPM
Give Me Love (Reset The Preset remix) - (7:41) 130 BPM
Give Me Love (Hoxton Whores remix) - (7:52) 128 BPM
Give Me Love (Fabio Steins Dreambox remix) - (8:52) 128 BPM
Give Me Love (Kalus remix) - (4:21) 128 BPM
Review: Coventry's pioneering dance music hero Paul Morrell has established himself as one of the UKs regional stars, with his Classique clubnight and consistent slew of high flight releases. Here he once again ups the stakes for the global stage with his follow up to last years Sonique collab. 'Only You'. This time round featuring ex-Sugababe (one of many) Mutya Buena, with a conscious nod to daytime radio this is a solidly produced hooky number with a tasty package of clubbier mixes from Fabio Stein and Reset The Preset. This is sure to get the floor raising their hands and singing along, and wont leave your head for days.
Give Me Love (K-Klass radio edit) - (3:40) 125 BPM
Give Me Love (K-Klass remix) - (6:15) 125 BPM
Give Me Love (Seamus Haji remix) - (5:58) 126 BPM
Give Me Love (Paul Morrell Classique remix) - (7:22) 128 BPM
Give Me Love (Pink Panda remix) - (6:26) 128 BPM
Give Me Love (Aduro remix) - (6:35) 130 BPM
Give Me Love (Jimmy Jackson remix) - (6:45) 128 BPM
Review: Second time around for Paul Morell's hook-up with former Sugababes chanteuse Mutya Buena. Here, the 2011 original gets moulded into new shapes by a stellar cast of remixers. House veterans K-Klass open proceedings, delivering a jaunty chunk of radio-friendly electronic house blessed with a rolling tech-house bassline and hustling percussion. Seamus Haji opts for a wall-of-sound approach on his grandiose, tech-tionged soulful house makeover, while Morrell's own Classique Mix blends abrasive electro-house and trance stabs with bold pianos. There's some more trance/electro-house crossover via slamming reworks from Pink Panda and Jimmy Jackson, while Aduro heads for the jugular with a mix that flits between bouncy, string-drenched sweetness and frankly rather scary, siren-heavy rave breakdowns.
Review: Kissdafunk is one of the legendary house music nights born out of the North of the UK (formed by Glyn Tolley and DJ Rob Tissera), which over the years helped carve the scene and pave the way for an unprecedented amount of DJs and producers. It makes perfect sense then for them to start a compilation series reflecting the past whilst looking ahead to the future, and an exciting one it is too. Here we have just shy of 40 full length tracks, for a mere L8.99 and packed full of dance-floor dynamite, with; Will Gold, My Digital Enemy, Carl Cox, The Squatters, Paul Morrell, and Kryder being just a handful of the talent on offer... Get stuck right in!!