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LP released: Jul 06, 2018
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Tracklisting:
1. Nils W Lker Feat. Jill Scott - Worth The Wait (Mdcl Remix)
2. Nina Lares - Uncover Me (Mdcl Remix)
3. King - Supernatural (Mdcl Remix)
4. Dexter Story - As Is (Mdcl Remix)
5. Amana Melom - Lock & Key (Mdcl Remix)
6. Cherie Mathieson - Games We Play (Mdcl Remix)
MARK DE CLIVE LOWE
MDCL REMIXES VOL. 1
Label: FAT BEATS DIST
Cat No: EMB005
Barcode: 659123102919
Packaging: LP Regular

MdCL Remixes Vol.1 is a compilation of remixes by musical maverick
Mark de Clive-Lowe. Bridging worlds of music from DJ-led dancefloors
to underground jazz clubs, MdCL is one of the most broadranging artists
you'll find anywhere. Over his prolific career he's collaborated with the
likes of Kenny Dope, DJ Spinna, Joe Clausell and Restless Soul; remixed
the likes of Omar, Shirley Horn and Jody Watley; and regularly takes his
mind-bending live show far and wide all over the planet. With this new
collection of soulful, dancefloor gems, MdCL presents his DJ-friendly
reworks of future classics. The selection kicks off with German trumpet
master Nils W lker featuring none other than Jill Scott vocalling the
Nia Andrews and Mocky-penned "Worth the Wait" where Nils' trumpet
dances around Jill Scott, delivering with goosebumps as only she can.
Los Angeles based Moulton Music collaborator vocalist Nina Lares
gets remixed with a nod to classic late 90s house music, and songbird
trio King get their song "Supernatural" remixed with the original's lush
instrumentation underpinned with a bubbling signature MdCL bassline
and drums. Side B launches with LA multi-instrumentalist Dexter Story's
"As Is" reimagined as an ethereal late night dancefloor moment inspired
by MdCL's trips to South Africa. Euro-Caribbean-American singer Amana
Melom 's "Lock & Key" has MdCL unleash his synths and piano keys
for a full 88-keys workout, and the side closes with broken beat flavors
of MdCL remixing longtime New Zealand collaborator Cherie Mathieson
with the bassline and drums pressure of "Games We Play" sounding like
an undiscovered P-Funk-meets-Bugz in the Attic anthem straight from
the clubs of West London.