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Madrid’s finest House export and Urbana Recordings head honcho David Penn has always been associated with the warmer regions of European House music. But off the back of his previous single alongside Lisa Millet ‘Join Us’, Penn extends his widespread knack for vocal House delicacies alongside the exceptional yet somewhat overused vocal House asset Max C.

Where the subtle keys and steady beats that make up the body of ‘Lovin U’ play wonders alongside Charles Salter’s divine top line, it is Penn’s orthodox House persuasion that proves the perfect fit for the elegantly soulful yet overfamilair styling’s of Max C. Still as easy on the ears as his inauguration via Axwell’s ‘I Found U’, David Penn proves the right man to breath some Ibizan soul into the equation for an essential summer outing of uplifting properties.

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Words by Dan Carter

Madrid’s finest House export and Urbana Recordings head honcho David Penn has always been associated with the warmer regions of European House music. But off the back of his previous single alongside Lisa Millet ‘Join Us’, Penn extends his widespread knack for vocal House delicacies alongside the exceptional yet somewhat overused vocal House asset Max C.

Where the subtle keys and steady beats that make up the body of ‘Lovin U’ play wonders alongside Charles Salter’s divine top line, it is Penn’s orthodox House persuasion that proves the perfect fit for the elegantly soulful yet overfamilair styling’s of Max C. Still as easy on the ears as his inauguration via Axwell’s ‘I Found U’, David Penn proves the right man to breath some Ibizan soul into the equation for an essential summer outing of uplifting properties.

‘Lovin U’ is released on June 4.

Words by Dan Carter

When daring Russian trio Swanky Tunes teamed up with Nick Van De Wall’s renowned chainsaw massacre R3hab and vocal House favourite Max C earlier this year, few could have predicted the vigour of this unified European explosion. Still in strong demand after the tune’s initial summer of love, the remix package calls upon a host of guns for hire from across the spectrum of global House music.

While label boss turned Dutch heavyweight Afrojack tidying up the initial cut for his own edit, Russian peers Hard Rock Sofa provide a hard-hitting and lead-heavy digression. Swedish duo Cazzette, already acclaimed for their remixing skills, don their definitive blend of heavy Electro House to proceedings, leaving Aussie hard-hitter Tommy Trash room for a Groove induced concoction of fuzzy Electro fuelled House. It is left to Stateside superstar Kaskade, then, to bring the biggest lean of variation to proceedings, dealing in a canvas of emotive strings on big room beats and anthemic builds to top this remix package of little innovation, but lots of positive noise.

The remixes of Sending My Love are out now on Wall Recordings.

Words by Dan Carter

R3hab & Swanky Tunes feat. Max C – Sending My Love (Remixes) [Wall Recordings] – Beatport Link

Joining Kaskade, Hard Rock Sofa, Cazzette and more on the remix duties to R3hab and Swanky Tunes‘ prominent Sending My Love release via Wall Recordings, also starring vocals from Max C, Tommy Trash erupts with a preview of his take on the vigorous original. Unlike the remixes from the aforementioned acts, and any of his previous productions for that matter, the Australian turned London resident with a steady support from the Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto builds elegantly atop the grinding sounds of the original and the colorful vocals of Charles Salter with a set of kickdrums, a joyful piano loop that is fairly reminiscent of the early stuff from Axwell and grumbling electro-house chords to make up another plump club ditty on behalf of Thomas Olsen.

As the remnants of The End, Future Folk and a host of remixes on Alive, Slumber, Carry Me Home, among others, are notably appearing in pretty much every live set of the major pioneers of the club music scene nowadays, Trash has, to say the least, got quite a few pots on the stove.

The first remix package of ‘Sending My Love’ is set for release on December 19th via Wall Recordings.

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As the original has been commended by the likes of Afrojack, David Guetta, Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia among others, the grinding electro-house sounds responsible for dibbling R3hab and Swanky TunesSending My Love firmly in the top flight of the global charts are replaced with the progressively anthemic touch of Ryan Raddon, also known as Kaskade. Unlike the original, which proceedings are iionized by the electrifying drop, the interpretation from the recently voted America’s Best DJ of 2011 unfolds a gorgeous break-down climax, in which Raddon exploits his adroit knack when it comes to sweeping piano chords and the impeccable voice of Charles Salter, better known as Max C, for the effort that is the first remix on Sending My Love

Premiered in the American’s debut on the Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1, Raddon comes off the emittance’s of Turn It Down and Eyes to prepare another debut, on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings. Whilst we are keenly anticipating the eighth artist album, from which How Long with Inpetto was just revealed, from Kaskade to drop, his established skillfulness as a top notch tunesmith is put to the test again. And yet again does he prove himself superior within the spheres of dance music aristocracy.

This remix is the first in line among a pallette of remixes and is set to release on December 19th alongside a take from Tommy Trash, have a listen!

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As his debut artist album, ”This Is”, is nearly upon us, we’re happy to be able to hand out free copies of the acappella from Mikael Weermets‘ last countdown release – Free. With vocals from none other than Charles Salter, better known as Max C, Free has transcended into a jaw-dropping peak-timer. Well-reputed for taking part of the immense success of Axwell’s I Found U single, the long-anticipated In The Sunshine as well as One For Me and the recent release of Sending My Love among countless other club contenders, the American vocalist that’s now residing in Finland capital has shown continued quality throughout his career that brisked along with him teaming up with Ax in 2007. Originally produced by Weermets in conjunction with Audible, the golden vocals of Max C is now out to single-handedly bring glory to the gorgeous original. Grab your free copy now!

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Mikael Weermets & Audible feat. Max C – Free (Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman Remix)

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Signed to Axtone Records with the soulful Make Up Your Mind, up-and-coming Pauls Paris from down-under is releasing another offering in anticipation for the Axtone release. Originally made by the German brothers of Inpetto, that are responsible for the immense remix of Violet, and the golden voice behind Axwell’s I Found You, Max CMove is headed towards the independant record label of Mark Brown, half of MYNC, in shape of a remix from Australian Paris. Following up the remix of Forever and with the take on Hear Me coming up on Sony’s Aussie division, Onelove, a well-shaped piano melody comes in handy for this forthcoming output from the ascending talent. It’s out now as part of the second part of Cr2’s Ibiza compilation.

Inpetto feat. Max C – Move (Pauls Paris Remix) [Cr2 Records] – Beatport Link

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Afrojack’s Wall Recordings presents another slamming production, referred to as the label owner himself to probably be the biggest release of Wall in 2011! Following up the Prutataaa collaboration alongside R3hab and the remix on Sander van Doorn’s KokoR3hab teams up with Swanky Tunes for Sending My Love, starring vocals from none other than Max C. Wall ups the stakes to unveil this hit single that is already mastering the scene with support from the likes of Swedish House Mafia among other top-tier DJ’s with its unique blend of stunning Dutch sounds and the sensitive vocals of Max C. The Russian trio with a string of forthcoming anthem’s like The Legend and their take on I Believe In, strikes the industry with an armada of support by the likes of the Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack and many more on their newest tendering alongside the soaring Dutchman.

R3hab & Swanky Tunes feat. Max C – Sending My Love [Wall Recordings] – Beatport Link

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Following the self-evident success from the release of Johan Wedel and Don Palm’s remix, the sought-after but not officially released Adrien Mezsi take is now being given away for free. Being one of the more superb singles from the Dutch duo, Disfunktion, In The Sunshine has boasted itself as a dance-friendly, feel-good track that has had an astonishing march onto the progressive House scene. Starring an amazing vocal from Max C, Mezsi adds a bouncing beat and graceful piano leads to the original that stuns us with the question why this version was not worthy a feature in the official package. The American up-and-comer that is just around the corner from releasing his saxophone production, Ouufff, with Jared Dietch is also behind well-shaped takes of I Follow Rivers and Say Hello.

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The track was not uploaded 9 months ago as the Soundcloud player suggests but replaced the preview just recently.

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Signed to Axtone Records with the soulful Make Up Your Mind, up-and-coming Pauls Paris from down-under is about to release another offering in anticipation for the Axtone release. Originally made by the German brothers of Inpetto, that are responsible for the immense remix of Violet, and the golden voice behind Axwell’s I Found You, Max C, Move is headed towards the independant record label of Mark Brown, half of MYNC, with a remix from Australian Paris included. Following up the remix of Forever and with the take on Hear Me coming up on Sony’s Aussie division, Onelove, a well-shaped piano melody comes in handy for this forthcoming output from the ascending talent. It’s due out August 25th, have a listen!

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