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Kid Mark - All Of Me (James Johnston Remix) (Instinkt Records) OUT NOW on vinyl!

James Johnston on October 31, 2013 08:33

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    New remix from me out now on vinyl with digi to follow!

    Buy it now from Juno:

    To hear the full release please go here:

    [INST003] Kid Mark - Me and My House EP (Incl. James Johnston Remix) // Instinkt (VINYL ONLY) by Kid Mark

    RELEASING DATE: October 30th, 2013

    Vinyl tracklist:
    A1. Kid Mark - All Of Me
    A2. Kid Mark - All Of Me (James Johnston Remix)
    B1. Kid Mark - 909 Bullets
    B2. Kid Mark - House Is Da Way

    Italy's Kid Mark follows up his much revered releases on Swink & Deso Records by delivering an ep that demonstrates his qualities of producer of that ‘pure’ house music sound.
    Opening with 'All Of Me' we are given a taste of things to come with luscious sweeping pads and a vocal hook that rolls in tandem with the bass line creating an infectious groove.

    James Johnston is the man behind the remix taking 'All Of Me' in a direction that has cemented his reputation as a master remixer. He compliments the original sound with cleverly layered pads and pianos intertwining the vocal hook creating a sublime orchestra effect.

    The B-side opening track takes us in a completely different direction with '909 bullets'. Driven along with an off-beat acid stab and a triple hit chord loop, Kid Mark shows he is more than capable of creating a sound for much darker dance floors.

    The final track 'House Is Da Way' displays yet another string to Kid Marks' bow. Drawing influence from last years re-emergence of the 90's sound he cleverly crafts a main room monster using a mixture of classic drum fills and classic vocal snips.

    All support is very much appreciated!!


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