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Maceo Plex & Mrs Jones...
Laura Jones' 'Love in Me' gets remixed by Plex, Kate Simko...
Laura Jones’ ‘Love In Me’ has undoubtedly been one of the biggest tracks of the year, prompting Matt Tolfrey to call upon three of the hottest players in the game to remix this dance floor stormer for the next release on the unstoppable Leftroom imprint. Remixers include man of the moment Maceo Plex, golden girl of Chicago Kate Simko and Bristol’s finest fresh talent Eats Everything.
The monumental ‘Love In Me’ was first released on Leftroom in May on ‘The Extended Family Part 2’. An exhilarating ride of deep but seriously melodic uplifting house, this summer anthem achieved prolific support championed by the biggest names in the business including Seth Troxler, Dan Ghenacia and Dyed Soundorom and soon became one of the standout tracks that graced all dancefloors from the Miami WMC to the terrace of the notorious DC10. Propelling Laura Jones further into stardom, the track made it to No. 1 in Beatport deep house chart and secured her place as one of the leading ladies in the underground dance scene. A treasured member of the Leftroom family, Laura has been given the creative reigns for this special release, directing the artwork and vinyl colour.
Each of the remixers on board are well known for their own unique and individual styles, which exuberantly shines through in each remix. Finding time between managing his new record label Ellum Audio, releasing a string of smash hits, and relentless touring schedule, Maceo Plex steps up first. Imprinting his signature sound, ‘Love In Me’ turns into a grumbling deep dance floor modern classic, holding preciously on to the melodic ride that drives the original.
Top female force from Chicago, Kate Simko puts a sensual yet driving spin on it with intricate tribal grooves and smooth melodic undertones. Creating a smokey progression of emotive synths, warping stabs, and teases of the original melody, Kate’s remix delivers an airy injection of sexiness while keeping true to the original.
Hailing from the heart of the burgeoning Bristol camp, Eats Everything makes his mark on ‘Love In Me’ with a raw bouncy percussion, Chicago vibe and garage bass line. Having secured his place as a firm favourite in the Radio 1 headquarters and fast becoming a name on everyone’s lips, its no surprise that Matt Tolfrey called upon this rising star to round off this massive release.
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