Get My Mind Right (Way More Than A dub mix) - (6:07) 124 BPM
Review: Italian electro house legend Crookers returns with the booming, bass heavy house of "Get My Mind Right". Crookers re-entered the dance music spotlight in 2016 with 'A Place In My Heart' featuring Kym Mazelle and this follow-up was co-written by and features vocals by LA-based singer/songwriter, Mike City. The track takes full advantage of Mike's emotive, R&B style voice. The "Way More Than A Dub Mix" goes for more of a late night, early '90s, U.S. deep house vibe with a dusty swing fuelled rhythm and emotive chords plus intermittent use of City's delay drenched vocal snippets in true dub style.
Mike Newman & Antoine Cortez - "Got Me Now" (Jerome Robins remix) - (6:45) 123 BPM
Pray For More - "Shame" (feat Latasha Jordan - Nervous Kid remix) - (6:24) 128 BPM
Review: House fans who remember the original dance music explosion will be thrilled to learn that K-Klass have a release on Mjuzieek Remixed. The UK house music veterans bring it back to their roots with some help from remixer Antoine Cortez, who provides a filter-heavy disco house version of "Let the Freak", the act's collaboration with Reza. Younger audiences may not get the significance of the sped up vocals and ravey riffs to K Klass's background - they cut their teeth playing at mega-raves in the early 90s - but a similar set of influences also prevail on the Jerome Robins remix of Mike Newsman & Antoine Cortez's "Got Me Now", with Minnie Mouse on helium vocals fused with rolling, tribal drums. The last track on the release, the Nervous Kid remix of "Shame" also mines the early 90s for its screaming diva vocal and euphoric piano lines.