It’s been just a little over 2 years since Mausi released they beautifully upbeat and summery track Sol which had us throwing off our clothes and running into the nearest lake to jostle amongst the glittery ripples. Throughout the track the words ‘Dance! Dance! Dance!’ are repeated; subliminally commanding us to move our bodies with a care - which leads us nicely onto their next order of the day: Move.
Move picks up where Sol left off but goes one step further with a killer groove and keys that sing in your favourite octave. It has the vibe of a decent dance track in which even the laziest of producers could roll out of bed, stick in some sub bass & be ready to tear up Miami by lunchtime.
Pretty much everyone who heard Jakwob’s Fade and the subsequent remixes; fell in love. The vibe, the lyrics, the sentiment - it all gelled together so perfectly. Just when you think all the remixes had been released up pops another one. Normally the latter remixes of any tune rarely throw up anything new but this time I was pleasantly surprised.
This remix was by Sane Beats, an 18 year old producer from London who had completely stripped away the majority of the track leaving the raw bones jangling in the breeze like wind chimes. It’s the kind of track that even if you don’t like trap (or even know what it is) you can adopt it into your music collection quicker than Madonna on safari.