April 18, 2013
The first in Midnight Shift’s remix series sees festival headliners Deetron and Secret Cinema provide their dancefloor interpretation to the label’s debut release.
Basic Soul Unit’s cool A2 ‘Black Ice’ is re-edited by none other than Deetron, the Swiss native with a prolific and starry discography to his name. He turns Black Ice on its head, leading with its running bassline first while letting its crystal notes be polished to a bright, blinding shine.
Already much supported by the likes of Shackleton, Josh Wink, Bleak and Dixon, Eddie Niguel’s ‘Absolute’ has been circling the circuit to great effect. Here, Netherland’s Secret Cinema aka Jeroen Verheij pumps the mental factor up sideways with an infectious, relentless groove that holds back just enough to keep you wanting more.
Midnight Shift will also be launching its first Label Showcase night at Velvet Underground, Zouk Singapore on 13 April 2013 with Deetron and Eddie Niguel on the bill. ￼Coming soon to a dancefloor near you: RMX001.
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