If there's a man who knows how to make a credible mainstream crossover its Robbie Rivera. Having delivered countless chart topping house records over the years whilst still keeping the clubs rocking and never losing Integrity. Here Black Hole treat us to some new mixes on 'Forever Young'. Yes, it is THAT vocal.. but there is no denying it's likeability and appeal. The heavy hitting (aptly titled) Big Tribal mix from Atomic Bangers will give your speakers a serious workout.. The shattering lead soars to piercing heights, while a thumping kick powers it through making it have all the power and attack of an electro banger. Frank Caro does the business in delivering another peaktime house bomb that will smash your cones as well as the floor. If the vocal isn't your thing, there's a handy instrumental to boot.
Amazingly, it's some 19 years since Robbie Rivera made his debut on R&R Records. Since then, he's released records in a variety of styles on labels including Juicy Records, Subliminal, Strictly Rhythm, Henry Street Music, Toolroom, Spinnin' and, most recently, longstanding trance imprint Black Hole. Here, his big-room focused house track "Starlight" - all dancing melodies and booming bottom-end - gets the remix treatment. We get a couple of slabs of uplifting, melody-rich trance from Manufactured Superstars, a rush-inducing trip into synth-laden electro-house from Vida, and an all-out, strobe-friendly trance rinse out from Da Freakz. Each of the four reworks is built around Rivera's memorable melodies.