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“At Least We Can Dance [Remixes]” – Dekata Project (Doshiwa) [SINGLE] September 3, 2009

Posted by rocketsciencemedia in Press Releases.


TITLE: At Least We Can Dance [Remixes] / ARTIST: Dekata Project / LABEL: Doshiwa

1. Original (Extended Mix)
2. Nu:Tone Remix
3. Roska Loves Dancing Mix
4. Hint Remix (iTunes Exclusive)
5. Ike Synton Remix (Juno Exclusive)

Following the overwhelming response to Dekata Project’s “Viral EP”, we are very excited to present the forthcoming single release of “At Least We Can Dance”, cramming in no less than 4 high-profile remixes from some of dance music’s hottest producers.

Kicking off proceedings is the original extended mix of this hugely popular soulful house hit, guaranteed to bring the sunshine back to the ailing British Summer! Before you get too loved-up, though, track 2’s tribal intro leads into a smouldering slice of liquid Drum & Bass from Hospital Record’s big hitting front man, Nu:Tone.

Stamping his authority on track 3 is London-based DJ, producer and Rinse FM favourite, Roska. Seamlessly stringing together his own inimitable blend of funky house, UK garage and jazz-tinged broken beats, he unites the track’s varied styles with a groove-laden bass line that leaves you with nowhere to go but the front of the dancefloor!

Track 4 begins with some down tempo afrocized beats coupled with a gloriously catchy xylophone hook, all showcasing the eclectic jazz talents of Brighton-based Tru-Thoughts artist, Hint. With its warm bass and addictive summer vibe, this iTunes exclusive is going to set the airwaves alight.

Finally we are treated to a deep house mix from Ike Synton. A relative newcomer to the scene, you’d be forgiven for thinking this was the work of one of the old Chicago pioneers. The bass line is captivating and the stripped down 4/4 beat allows the original track to really spread its wings.

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact lou@rocketsciencemedia.com or glenn@rocketsciencemedia.com



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