After delivering one the finest electronic albums of 2012 the production powerhouse Spectrasoul are back once more to present an array of glorious new music on the first anniversary of said debut album ‘Delay No More’. Jack Stevens and David Kennett have hand picked some of their favourite artists from all corners of the musical spectrum to give their own take on some of the highlights of the LP.
From the moment you see pedigree producer dBridge’s name on the page you know something special’s in store and indeed his take on ‘Memento’ is all kinds of awesome. Lifting it up even further to exquisitely ethereal heights dBridge does the job with aplomb. DLR then steps in to lush up ‘Sometimes We Lie’ into a weighty peaktime roller that’ll move mountains whilst Shogun homeboy Rockwell does something rather astonishing with ‘S.O.U.R’, turning it into a half-time hip-hop hybrid complete with an all-new monster riff to step to.
Deep house aficionado James Zabiela then offers a refreshing take on ‘The Curb’, drawing it into some spooked out 4/4 territories, cutting up the vocals and dropping some throbbing bass that’ll see this mess up dance floors all over. Then CMX delves deep to turn Spectrasoul’s own house excursion ‘Away With Me’ into a deep broken beat affair with the legendary Calibre and Kito bringing up the rear to add their previously released efforts to this absolutely stunning EP.
|Memento (dBridge Remix)||£0.83|
|Sometimes We Lie (DLR Remix)||£0.83|
|S.O.U.R feat. Echo Park (Rockwell Remix)||£0.83|
|The Curb (James Zabiela Remix)||£0.83|
|Away With Me feat. Tamara Blessa (CMX Remix)||£0.83|
|SpectraSoul - Away With Me feat. Tamara Blessa (Calibre Remix)||£0.83|
|Away With Me feat. Tamara Blessa (Kito Remix)||£0.83|