Back on remix duty after taking on Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ ‘Your Love‘, Detroit’s Waze & Odyssey put their twist on Duke Dumont’s acclaimed follow-up to ‘The Giver’, titled ‘Need U (100%)’. Chopping A*M*E’s vocal work into rerunning vocal chants, the Detroit duo swap Dumont’s usual toe-tapping grooves for their warm and bubbly piano stylings for yet another strong and original remix from the aspiring masters of vintage House music.
Out March 31st.
Initially released on vinyl late last year as part of his ‘Krunk’ EP, Ejeca’s hotly discussed and heavily supported ‘Night Rays’ has finally hit the digital market, accompanied by Waze & Odyssey’s take on ‘Riddim’.
Rife with retro vibes and infectious rerunning vocal loops, the ‘Night Rays’ EP takes a piano-driven route within its overtly satisfying melodic substance. Where warm keys and ethnic leads pad out the majority of this Pete Tong-approved release, its consistent energy makes for a sterling landmark release for the Ejeca and Waze & Odyssey alike.
Out today on Beatport.
Despite initially being slated for a vinyl only release, the considerable attention and seal of approval from BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong made Detroit’s Waze & Odyssey change their mind and give ‘Love That (Burns Hot Enough)’ an official digital release exclusively through Junodownload.
In the same vein as their remix of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ ‘Your Love‘, the minimalistic yet warm piano play, nostalgic Electronica grooves and timeless vocals mark an essential throwback to the heyday of what has come to be referred to as classic ‘UK House’.
Joining the ranks of House music veteran Mark Knight, Detroit’s Waze & Odyssey take on remix duties for Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ ‘Your Love’. Despite being eclipsed by the efforts of the Toolroom ringleader, if the seal of approval from Pete Tong is any indication, the American duo’s synth-laden take is one of potent measures throughout. As club land continues to bow to the vintage appeal of modern Dance music, the warm synth play and nostalgic Electronica grooves that pervade this remix make for a timeless addition to their back catalogue.