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While the classical Adam K and Soha remix has racked up numerous million plays on YouTube since its release in late 2008, the largest single from Reflekt, the dance music act from England, gets itself a tech-house treatment on behalf of Shrewsbury-bred Sonny Wharton. The 2004 original, mainly known after a feature in the 2005 motion picture “Its All Gone Pete Tong”, and its melodious trance feel embellished itself with an unremitting vocal from Reflekt’s fellow singer and songwriter, Delline Bass, which consequently caused Need To Feel Loved to rise to a solid number one position in Great Britain.

Supporting the harmonic voice of Bass is now a setting of soulful tech sounds from the man behind the Sensation-championed Showtime EP and the wildly underestimated Rush Hour with the veterans of K-Klass. Subtle vocal chants, smooth tech beats and soothing filter effects all come together to make up the newest production in the pipeline of Sonny Wharton.

/Anton

Returning to remix duty after his sterling take on Martin Solveig’s classic Rocking Music is Sonny Wharton. Taking on the last release out from Ribside, entitled Salopia, to don it with his unique, soulful touch and rolling sounds and consequently attain the headlining position the four-piece package now released through Mono-Type Records. Building on his reputation as one of the finest DJ’s and producers in the widely known tech scene United Kingdom has to offer, 2011 has served Wharton justly, seeing the releases Rush Hour and the Showtime / Where Is Joyce EP strike the digital markets and recurrent plays at Sensation White throughout the year.

Ribside – Salopia (Sonny Wharton Remix) [Mono-Type Records] – Beatport Link

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Regarded as a prominent DJ and producer in the tech scene, Sonny Wharton has got a serious collection of hits under his belt, including his new Rush Hour smash alongside K-Klass, his remix of Antidote and the recent Showtime EP on The Shapeshifters’ Nocturnal Groove imprint. Just in time for the Summer, Wharton is handing out free copies of a series of booties, including the sought-after take on Martin Solveig’s groovy trademark from 2003 – Rocking Music. Driven by a setting of drums, the Shrewsbury originated producer has manged to accomplish a soulful tech offering with a pinch of the recurring genre of French touch. Grab your free copy now!

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The tech-specialist Sonny Wharton returns to The Shapeshifters’ respected Nocturnal Groove Digital imprint, going on the heels of his recently released Showtime EP, the UK is ready to unveil a massive tune alongside his compatriots of K-Klass. With the assistance of bubbling, warped beats and a pitched vocals, this brilliant track called Rush Hour will surely be a killer on beaches and dance events this Summer.

Sonny Wharton & K-Klass – Rush Hour [Nocturnal Groove] – Beatport Link

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With his remix of Funkagenda and Mark Knight’s Antidote under his belt, Sonny Wharton returns to take on none other than Martin Solveig and his ever so explicit trademarker from 2003 – Rocking Music. With the assistance of firm and chunky beats, Wharton has managed to blend in a pinch of groovy tech into Solveig’s original. No release info has yet been revealed so stay tuned.

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Respected label owner and icon in the tech scene, Sonny Wharton goes on the heels of his latest remix of Maximum with a new one. This time taking on Mark Knight and Funkagenda’s immortal Antidote, which reached omnipotence back in early 2010 as a massive representative of Knight’s Toolroom Records. A second package is of the tune is now available, headlined by a meaty remix from the England producer. With the assistance of Balkan-influenced sounds, Wharton’s remix is a validated floorfiller.

Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Antidote (Sonny Wharton Remix) [Riseup Records] – Beatport Link

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With the stunning I Want You EP under his belt, Leeds-stationed Filthy Rich returns to Toolroom Records and its subdivision Leaders Of The New School to drop a massive compilation, consisting of a whooping 34 top-class tech tunes from My Digital Enemy, Ant Brooks, Bass Kleph, Prok & Fitch, Sonny Wharton and Rich himself among others! The Summer is approaching and I’m certain of the fact that some of these tracks will be a brilliant weapon on beaches across the globe, not to talk about the House mecka – Ibiza.

Leaders Of The New School presents Filthy Rich Compilation [Toolroom Records] – Beatport Link

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One of United Kingdom’s absolute finest Dj and producers, Sonny Wharton seize the stage to unleash his brand new EP, representing London-stationed Nocturnal Groove Digital. With a big room groove coming from the catchy headliner Showtime, this Ibiza-aspiring floorfiller EP is definitely worthy of recognition as the hotly sun-splashed Summer vibes are approaching. The accompanion Where Is Joyce is certainly no exception with its pinch of funk.

Sonny Wharton – Showtime / Where Is Joyce EP [Nocturnal Groove Digital] – Beatport Link

/Anton

Respected label owner and icon in the tech scene, Sonny Wharton goes on the heels of his latest remix of Maximum with a new one. This time taking on Mark Knight and Funkagenda’s immortal Antidote, which reached omnipotence back in early 2010 as a massive representative of Knight’s Toolroom Records. A second package of the track is now in preparation, including remixes from Junkdna, Sebastien Krieg and Wharton. With the assistance of Balkan-influenced sounds, Wharton’s remix is a validated floorfiller. To be released 3rd May on Riseup Records, have a listen!

/Anton

The tech-specialist from the United Kingdom, Sonny Wharton returns with a massive tune alongside K-Klass. With the festivals over in Miami going on already, Summer is not far away for this Ibiza-aspiring floorfiller. It’s called Rush Hour and is due to be released on June 1st through Nocturnal Groove, have a listen!

/Anton

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