Despite the frugal outlet we’ve so far seen from Otto Knows, the aspiring Swede showcases yet again he’s a gifted producer, crammed with a certain indulgence for synth-driven beauties, as he makes his second release appearance ever, following on from last year’s iTrack and Loopede EP alongside Tim Berg (a.k.a Avicii) and Oliver Ingrosso. With the bodacious vocals of Cristina Soto yielding goosebumps like no other, the emotionally lusterous breakdown melody sets this production apart from the flood of tracks entering the digital stores lately as the track emerges dance-friendly and catchy, uplifting beats. Starting off his year of 2011 with the give-away of his gorgeous work on Hide and Seek, Otto Knows is truly becoming a notable producer lately thanks to gigs alongside Tiësto, hosting a guest mix on the second edition of Avicii’s monthly LE7ELS show and unveiling three new singles named Visa, Diz Diz and Million Voices. The producer from Sweden capital is now firing away his remix on Twisted Love, the original being made by world renowned ATB, via influential Kontor Records as part of the German’s Distant Earth Remixed album.
Coming on the heels on their instalment on Spinnin Records alongside Patric La Funk entitled Blizzard, Inpetto screens a brand-new remix contender for Germany-stationed ATB’s just released Distant Earth Remixed album, taking on a single from the man in question. Releasing the wildly underestimated remix on Dinka’s Violet single in early June, the German brothers behind successful remixes for David Guetta, Steve Angello and Fragma are coming together again to release the uplifting instrumentals to One More. Graced with a ravishing vocal from American Cristina Soto, One More is remixed into one of the headliner’s of this newly unleashed remix album as the duo’s Move single with Max C is in full swing at Cr2 towers.