Johan S & Oliver Knight ‘Get Weak’ (Ango Tamarin Remix)
After debuting on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul imprint in 2020, Ibizan talent Ango Tamarin has ensured to keep the high-profile releases rolling with outings via Patrick Topping’s Trick, Nic Fanciulli’s Saved, Yousef’s Circus and Eats Everything’s Edible making up just part of his catalogue. With the original already picking up love from Mark Knight, Dombresky, HoneyLuv and Syreeta, he now makes a debut appearance on Junior Jack’s Adesso Music imprint as he serves up his energy-filled and driving remix of Johan S and Oliver Knight’s ‘Get Weak’.
James Deron ‘You Don’t Know’ (Robbie Rivera Remix)
With an extensive catalogue of releases on labels such as Defected and Nervous alongside remixes for Faithless and Tiesto to New Order, Puerto Rican DJ/producer Robbie Rivera sits amongst the leading names in the US house music hierarchy. Turning his hand to another remix, he heads to Junior Jack’s Adesso Music with his take on the label boss and James Deron’s collaboration ‘You Don’t know’. The fresh remix looks set to build on the love and support for the original from the likes of Moguai, Blond:ish, EDX and MK, introducing punchy low-ends and distorted oscillating synths for a vibrant interpretation.
Eldeanyo ‘Badman’ (Local Singles Remix)
With releases on South Of Saturn, Glasgow Underground and Techne alongside a series of heavily supported edits in rotation for some of the scene’s biggest names, American DJ/producer pairing Local Singles now head to Junior Jack’s Adesso Music for a first outing on the label. Remixing Eldeanyo’s ‘Badman’, which has gained support from Fedde Le Grand, AmyElle, EDX, Robbie Rivera and Morgan Page, their remix builds on the iconic vocal sample while introducing skippy drums and a brewing bassline for another strong dancefloor-focused effort.
Virak & TCKS ‘Siento Libre’ (Band&Dos Remix)
This accomplished pair run the Triangular Records label and have numerous Beatport Top 10 tunes behind them. They have an atmospheric sound as this new remix proves. Their version of it is built on rolling drums, with serene chords and spine tingling female vocals. The drums keep on rolling until you are totally hypnotised and the synth magic then heightens the trip. With broad supporters from Diplo to DJ Chus and Matador to Mijangos, this is a stylish new tune from the pair.