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“Sweetshop” – Flash Atkins feat. Caspa Codina (We Are Woodville/Paper Recordings) [SINGLE] February 17, 2010

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TITLE: Sweetshop / ARTIST: Flash Atkins ft. Caspa Codina / LABEL: We Are Woodville/Paper Recordings / RELEASE DATE: March 2010

Failed superhero Flash Atkins is back with the infectious Sweetshop for a second helping with some fresh remixes from the front line. Since the last EP, Flash has played live on The Fourth Plinth, and been filmed and interviewed on Sky by Clive Anderson as part of Anthony Gormley’s One and Other. He has also had the well-received Fags & Booze EP released on We Are Woodville featuring George Demure, Crazy P’s Danielle Moore and Sean Reveron.

First off, the original Sweetshop has been dusted down and zinged up with some pop nips and tucks. It’s got lo-fi bass, crunchy drums and snapping synths all topped of with 70s crooner Caspa Codina’s sleazy falsetto; it’s pop music with a knowing wink and impeccable 80s credentials.

Next up, producer of the hour Medasyn come fresh from masterminding Envy and Lady Sovereign to turn in a big room electro mix complete with crowd noises, dirty distorted basslines and 80s arpeggiators. There’s plenty of drops and attitude for maximum dancefloor impact.

Finally, Magik J does his hypnotic heads down thing with a vocal and dub suitable for those darker moments. The tracks mix up fidget, techno and house, guaranteeing full floors and thrown shapes.

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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