Opening your dance music account with a remix of one our all time absolute faves is never a bad place to start.
Psychemagik's vinyl re-edit of Fleetwood Mac's 'Everywhere' at the end of 2010 not only worked its way into the bags of veterans such as Greg Wilson and Tom Middleton, it etched their names into the consciousness of clubbers (old and new) awake to fresh, funk-laden forms of disco-inflected deep house.
Ever since, it's been plain sailing for a partnership from the UK who've committed a string of re-edits onto their eponymous imprint as well as taking remix credit for the likes of Azari & III, Metronomy and Crystal Fighters. It wasn't long until productions from scratch began to appear, their inaugural Crosstown Rebels release 'Black Noir Schwarz' surfacing with Tensnake and Mineo remixes in February of this year.
But, perhaps, it's the duo's DJ sets that've benefited them most. Throwing together everything from vintage disco to Chicago house classic and more stripped back fodder, their crate-digging wit has earned them life-long memories at summer festivals and sunset boat parties all over. This diverse collection of acid-inspired house is a prime example of why.
Steve Poindexter - Mental Problems
Coyote - Passing Memories
Felix - Burning Flame Acid
Vikter - Puff's on Acid (Leftside Wobble's Acid Soul Rub)
Nathan Gregory Wilkins - Rattle
CB - Lack Of Love
Erol Alkan - Subconcious
Jonny Rock - Torch Dub
Mark E - Magazine
Acid Test - Test One
Charlie - Spacer Woman
Oni Ayhun - OAR3
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