Alex Fish, - on 19/6/12
If you're not already familiar with Walker and Royce then hop on over to our recent interview with them here. They're releasing some fire-hot new music and graced us with an exclusive mix that we're sure you'll enjoy.
Tell us about your mix.
Gavin: Moody, sexy and smooth.
Sam: For this set we wanted to not only feature some of our new tracks but tracks by other upcoming artists, as well as a few headliners. We also wanted make the flow really good. It’s not always what we strive to do though, since sometimes a jumpy mix is good and keeps things fresh. But this one we went for super-smooth.
So, leading off is a special intro edit we made of our new track “Connected”, followed by the Lee Curtis remix of Simon Baker/Debukas’ “Let Me In”, which we heard Francesca Lombardo play down in Miami and we were both like, what is this?? Followed by Mario Basanov’s dub of “We Are Child Of Love” which is just such a sweet track. Coming out of that is the Lauer remix of “Polo” by Maxmillion Dunbar, which takes the mix into meditation mode and is one of my personal favorites on here. Followed by Mark Wells – “Dance With Me”, easily set to be a hit; after that we take things darker with Kolombo’s super sick remix of Roberto Palmero – “Stupid Man”, which flows perfectly into Francesca’s remix of our track “You’re Not Welcome”, which we’re both really impressed with. Then it’s Clinton Houlker’s deliciously twisted remix of “Sometimes Always Never” by Map Of The World At Night, followed by Andre Crom’s “Holdin’ On” which is a straight-up deep house banger, and his classy collaboration remix with Martin Dawson on Homework’s “I’m Into This”. From there we take things up a bit with Richie Ahmed’s relentless remix of Lee Foss’s “Masta Blasta” and then lead into our new original “Stare If You Want To” featuring Javi, who also sang on “Future Lately”. Finally we wind things down with the warm feel-good “The Bells Of Hackney” by Pete Herbert /Golden Fleece!
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