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Canadian producer Blond:ish presents perhaps one of the most exquisite festival gems of the year, her reworking of legendary pop single “I Want To Know What Love Is” by British-American rock group Foreigner turns the track into a goosebump invoking and epic sounding deep house anthem.

“Every year I try to make a special edit for my Burning Man sunrise sets. This moment is absolutely everything, there’s nothing like it. This particular year I had this burning desire to bring smiles to many faces at sunrise, just to invoke a little nostalgic happiness together. I couldn’t think of any more fitting track than Foreigner’s – ‘I Want To Know What Love Is’.”

Enigmatic dj/producer Claptone has linked up with Mylo for a new version of 2004 super hit “Drop The Pressure” – setting the tone for a long hot 2020 summer.

“I’ve always had a weak spot for music that has a real physical impact – when you put it on, it urges you to move. Dare I say that ‚Drop The Pressure’ is a perfect example of a house track that you simply can’t resist: too funky not to trigger a physical reaction.? I’m not only talking about the obvious workout or gym motivator – no, ‘Drop The Pressure’ is far more powerful than that. While in the library or at a funeral, I felt my blood swirling and my spine tingling – I must dance to this! The uncontrollable sensation! I know you know that feeling too”.

PC Music’s Hannah Diamond just released a late-night sounding Palmistry remix of her single “Love Goes On” featuring Swedish artist Bladee. The original version of the track features on her highly-acclaimed soul-bearing debut album “Reflections” released late last year.

“I’ve been friends with both Bladee and Palmistry for ages, we met at parties like Endless and Kamixlo’s night Bala Club, and have mutually admired each other’s work for a long time so when we were talking about remixes it just felt like a really good thing to do. “Love Goes On” is in the same lyrical world as Bladee and I wanted to make a version of it that shows the other side of the story. When it’s me on my own in the original it’s about my experience and what I was going through when I had a breakup. This duet with Bladee tells both sides of the story so you get to see both sides of a collapse of a relationship.”