Marc Kinchen has added yet another lavish remix to his 2013 collection, this time by way of Berlin techno veteran Wankelmut’s new single “My Head Is A Jungle.” Debuted this past weekend on Pete Tong’s Essential Selections, Marc deepens the jubilant melody with a sharp piano undertone playing overtop Emma Louise’s vocal. Like Marc’s take on Sinead Harnett’s “Got Me” and Jamie Antonelli’s “Divine,” this remix once again shows off his adept production abilities. Release date to be announced soon.Posted by
Marc Kinchen has had a busy year on the remix front. It’s easy to see why; he uses a track’s bare elements in a unique way, always complimenting with his classic house touch on top. This time around is no different, as he takes on Jamie Antonelli’s track, which includes a now well-known a capella from Meat Katie & Elite Force’s work with Roland Clark (if you’ve ever heard an Essential Mix, you’ll know what I mean). MK takes Jamie’s work and wraps it around a deep bass line with grungy chord play that pulsate throughout. In what stands as an act of respectful track transformation, MK delivers again with a tasteful rework. The record is out now on Nurvous Records.
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House legend Marc Kinchen — who we’ve come to know as a DJ and producer as MK — has put his signature classic house touch over Sinead Harnett’s “Got Me.” The original track — which got help on the production front from Eats Everything and Lukas — features Sinead’s full-body, delicate female vocal, creating an elegant platform for MK to transform into a dance-minded release. MK has once again delivered a prime cut for the 21st century dance music scene.Posted by
The full story for “It’s You” began in the height of Chicago house in 1985. Tommy Thumbs teamed up with Daniel Ellington as E.S.P. (also a reference to the Essential Sound Productions soundsystem) and penned the original track. E.S.P. never shot to house music stardom, but the track remained a cult favorite for decades. When Bart Van Neste, the producer known as Red D who had been playing the track in his sets for more than ten years, finally teamed up with San Soda (together known as FCL) in the studio for a remake with Lady Linn on vocals.
Hot Creations boss Lee Foss teams up house legend MK to offer up a remix to Dillon’s “Thirteen Thirtyfive.” Dillon’s original version lends itself beautifully to a more dance-friendly remake. Lee & MK inject slabs of deeper nu-disco — a move we’ve seen from them a lot in recent months. The enhancements make for a track full of gloomy chord sequences that are both edgy and bizarre.
Lee Foss & MK are churning out deep house cuts that are truly danceable — making them palatable for those just beginning their exploration of the depths of the prevailing world of underground dance music. Take a listen below and purchase the track, out last week on BPitch Control.
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