Responsible for some of our favourite low slung and hypnotic edits Luvless certainly does the slo-mo thing better than most out there. Rather than sounding lazy his productions sound remarkably complex and detailed, this warm edit of Michael Jackson’s ‘Liberian Girl’ is no different. Im always so wary of pressing play on a Michael Jackson edit but this one was a nice surprise. Not relying too heavily on the vocals of MJ himself Luvless has singled out the strangest of vocal loops from the very beginning of the track, to most people they don’t even notice this vocal, and it’s for that exact reason that Luvless stands out as a producer.
One of my favourite ladies gets a makeover today from Pomo. There really is no-one who has a voice like hers and Pomo’s edit rightly hinges on it. It’s got a bit more tempo and a lot more going on than the original but it all sits well and creates something a bit new from something pretty timeless.
We’re fans of both Mayer Hawthorne’s vocals and Detroit Swindles productions so as you can guess we had a feeling we’d be all over this one. Detroit Swindle’s piano house heavy remix plants us firmly on the dance-floor, which is where the duo are most comfortable. Plenty of fun drops keep us keen as the piano loops endlessly without tiring or sounding tired.
It’s not very often we fall in love with a slice of pop music, but this one is really special. The original is strong but this edit from MrLeigh lifts and extends the original over the sunny horizon. The beat is classy, the arrangement is classy and the vocals…..yep, they’re classy. It’s what’s missing from so much pop music at the moment, a subtlety and class………that string section at the end! Stick this in your sex mix folks, you know you have one.