Human Love (Dumont & Wagener remix) - (7:56) 114 BPM
Let The Night (Sharam Jey remix) - (6:57) 116 BPM
Do What You Feel (Timo Jahns remix) - (6:10) 120 BPM
Setting Sun (Nora En Pure remix) - (6:20) 122 BPM
Save A Prayer (Luca Guerrieri remix) - (6:27) 122 BPM
Walk Into The Sun (Budd remix) - (8:25) 122 BPM
Days Go By (Stuart King remix) - (8:18) 123 BPM
Electric Love (Eli Escobar remix) - (6:39) 127 BPM
Ghosts (Jay Shepheard remix) - (6:06) 128 BPM
I Should Know (Alex Neri remix) - (9:02) 126 BPM
Little White Doves (Penguin Prison remix) - (5:55) 130 BPM
Emma (Fred Falke remix) - (8:02) 126 BPM
Days Go By (Paul Oakenfold remix) - (5:32) 135 BPM
Human Love (PAAX Tulum remix) - (7:37) 114 BPM
Human Love (Death On The Balcony remix) - (9:13) 121 BPM
Human Love (Bad Milk remix) - (3:34) 124 BPM
Tonight (Above & Beyond remix) - (7:53) 128 BPM
Pressure (Sultan & Ned Shepard mix) - (8:15) 126 BPM
Changes (Felix Da Housecat remix) - (5:49) 130 BPM
Days Go By (continuous DJ mix) - (1:17:45) 128 BPM
Review: According to London label New State, Paul Harris and Steve Smith of Dirty Vegas have really enjoyed the process of putting together Days Go By (The Retrospective). They have gone back over their work and picked out some of their favourites over the years - a whopping 18 tracks, 19 remixes and a continuous mix by Harris. Speaking of the remixes: the Dumont & Wagener remix of "Human Love" gets onto an emotive and Balearic tinged trip, the remix of "Electric Love" by NYC house hero Eli Escobar remix gets well funky, and the always impressive Parisian Fred Falke delivers a typically neon-lit rendition of "Emma" from several years back. Along the way, while searching through music, video and photographic archives it has brought back lots of memories for the duo - and given them new energy and inspiration for their future music plans.
Review: To mark 15 years of the Lazy Days Recordings label he established with Mike Fresco in 2005, Canadian deep house legend Fred Everything has decided to release a trilogy of celebratory compilations, each of which focuses on a specific five-year block. This one celebrates the best material released on the label over the last five years (2015-2020), delivering thrills by the barrowload. Everyone will have their own highlights, but our picks of an extremely strong bunch include the early Larry Heard style warmth of Lance DiSardi's 'Field Recording', the early morning shuffle of Fred Everything's 'Someone Like You', the rushing piano house revival of Fred Everything and Shur-I-Kan's glassy-eyed 'Until Then', and the glacial, tech-tinged goodness of Martin Iveson's 'Leave Me Here'.
Review: Given his credentials and track record, it's unsurprising that original disco and boogie artists are willing to let Joey Negro play around with their biggest hits. His first stab at this kind of multi-track remix, 2014's Remixed With Love, was such a success that he's decided to unleash another swathe of revisions over two vinyl double-packs. This edition features some killer reworks, including a sublime, on-point rearrangement of Gwen McRae's "Keep The Fire Burning" and a rolling, dubbed-out version of Grace Jones' "Pull Up To The Bumper" that rivals Larry Levan's classic remix. The veteran producer also successfully turns Pockets' "Come Go With Me" into a classic soulful house rub, and pushes Thelma Houston's "I'm Here Again" further towards disco anthem territory.