Review: This is one of those records that just never went away, steeped in history through its various incarnations since first release back in 1998 on Pete Tongs FFRR. Sundissential hero and Kissdafunk founder resurrected it from the vaults back in 2005, and now revisits with a fine selection of fresh mixes on Maelstrom. Kicking off the package (and for us stealing the show) is the brilliant Future Disciple, on a Tribal cut and alongside Bobby T. An infectious groove provides the perfect floor friendly base for the anthemic lead and vocal to take center stage. Heatbeat and Hayley Parsons turn in further great alternatives, in their respective tech and prog styles.. This is massive!
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.
Review: This has the potential to be a huge tune in 2010. It's already topping DJ charts around Europe, and there's a good chance this fiercely addictive slab of electro will be stuck in your head for a very long time. Swiss DJ Remady has honed the chorus, reminiscent of classic Romanthony, so that it's all fat and no filler. The release comes with some even more interesting mixes, such as the Ugo Platana mix which has an distinct Lil Louis flavour to it, combined with some seriously funky guitar parts and even a ringing telephone over the chopped up vocals. Very radical and very fun.
On a more rinsing tip, the Calverston mix is severely hypey, with an epic build-up that drops into some brutal bass. The Mr Pink version adds an Guru Josh-style Sax solo that's sure to get hands in the air, while the James Kayn mix gets busy with some delirious synths and strings. Well worth picking out a favourite remix sooner than later - they're all going to come in handy when this tune properly takes off soon.