The remix package for Solee’s impossible addictive “Sommerliebe” came out last week on his own Parquet Recordings, and among efforts from lesser known names like Roland M. Dill and Normandie, lies the work of the young and buzzworthy Eelke Kleijn. Where Solee’s original is deep and weighed down with its techno-bordering-on-trance bassline, Kleijn’s remix injects a substantial dose of both punchy drums and shrill samples reminiscent of Ten Walls’ inescapable “Gotham” or Life and Death artists.
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