Like good quality Swiss chocolate from his home land, Yves Larock is more than just nuts. Having numerous top ten tracks in Europe his cross-over appeal is smoother and creamier than a box of those round Lindtt numbers, that your polite in-laws give you at Easter.
Remaking a track as sacred as ‘Push It‘ by Salt-n-Pepa risks claims of blasphemy. But wait until you hear it. Larock’s version has massive synth chords and a filthy half time drop that’ll confirm this Nut Bag knows his stuff. Muzzaik‘s remix is the kind of infectious jackin’ house that can get any crowd moving. This will likely be the most popular version with Aussie DJs. The highly adored Kairo Kingdom make a laser-crunked-trap-step whiplash inducing, rave alarm booty break 808 wet dream, with snarling nightmarish bass. KitSch 2.0 are heavy on the groove with their Electro Remix. An urgent crescendo before the cheeky, glitch driven drop will help to whip up a frenzy.
As for Australian mixes, Velcro stable mates, Slop Rock & I-Am Sam both deliver main room destroyers. With Slop Rock‘s version heavy on dark bass drum driven grooves and Sam’s using that unmistakeable riff before launching into a percussion based rave-athon.