12" Vinyl shipping out on or around January 31, 2020
Digital released February 28, 2020
Steve Spaceks classic dancefloor workout gets the remix treatment from three smoking hot producers. Already featured as one of the exclusives tracks on the recent Eglo Records Vol.2 compilation the EP kicks off with the highly celebrated Skeptical DnB remix, a track which has been tearing up clubs in a major way for the last 12 months, in heavy rotation with legends like Randal and Bryan Gee. A true scientist of sound and key component in the current DnB vanguard Skeptical has released on esteemed imprints like Metalheadz, Soul:R and Exit, his intricate yet sparse bass loaded techniques have made him a true autuer of the genre, complimenting Spaceks dancehall fasletto to a tee!
The B-Side features another classic remix, the Duke Hugh Reggae Version, a mix which has been bubbling away on the underground for months, now finally getting an official release. The Netherlands based producer gives the track an authentic dub reggae makeover, a style perfectly suited to Spacek’s vocal flashback. The final remix comes from Eglo associate and Apron records founder Funkineven aka Steven Julien, who takes the song to completely uncharted territories with his frazzled slow mo interpretation. Completely reimagining the song into a bugged out cacophony.
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Only recently discovered this and am asking myself why I had never heard of Yussef Dayes in particular... live this whole album. Such musicianship and a fresh/modern take on classic jazz forms. Massive respect to the musicians Pilot Fish