Here is the first instalment of our brand new Supremixes collection. The concept is simple: getting our favourite artists to rework any track from the Supremus catalog in any way they want all for your dance floor satisfaction. And we’d like to kick off this new series with a serious All-star line-up consisting of some of our current favourite DJs and producers from all over the world.
House music’s Polish superstars Karol XVII & MB Valence (Loco Records, Suara) kick off the series by adding their magical touch to Giom’s Last Dance. While retaining the key elements of the original mix, they’ve given the track a heavier, classy re-touch. Next, Montreal’s current deep house darlings The Black 80s have had an incredible year so far with huge releases on Freerange and Sonar Kollektiv and we are delighted to have them adding their unique bouncy touch to Esette & Piper Davis’ The Rise. All the way from Berlin, Mr David Pher (Gruuv, Rebellion) takes charge of our classic from last year “The Message” and turns it into a monster Tech House smash, perfect for those peak-time moments. And finally, we let UK production genius Tom Ellis (Dance Club, Moon Harbour) do his own thing as he turns Giom’s DreamDoll into a beautifully crafted piece of Jazz-Funk wizardry.