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Right Spot (Incl. Dennis Ferrer / Byron The Aquarius Remixes)

  • Cat No: CRM308
  • 2024-05-15


12inch 2850 JPY

Crosstown Rebelsから the DJ Mag North Americaでも2023年の‘ベスト・ブレイクスルー・プロデューサー’ ピックアップされたHoneyluvのニューシングル。Byron The Aquarius、Dennis Ferrer のリミックスを収録した「Right Spot」 3トラックス。

クリーブランド出身でロンドンを拠点に活動するHoneyluvがCrosstown Rebelsからニューシングル。シカゴの豊かなハウスの歴史へのオマージュという「Right Spot」。〈Sound Signature〉、〈Eglo〉、〈Shall Not Fade〉など様々なレーベルにフックされてきたByron The Aquariusのドライヴするグルーヴのリミックスも強力! (サイトウ)

HoneyLuv impresses on her Crosstown Rebels debut with ‘Right Spot’, accompanied by remixes from house heavyweights Dennis Ferrer and Byron The Aquarius Unveiling her first solo production of 2024, the DJ Mag North America ‘Best Breakthrough Producer’ 2023 winner showcases a deeper side to her growing sound, backed by a pair of unorthodox remixes from two of house music’s favourite names.

One of the most hotly-tipped artists within the current house landscape, it’s safe to say Cleveland-born, London-based DJ/producer HoneyLuv arrived in 2023 and hasn’t looked back since. Riding high following a whirlwind twelve months, featuring as one of Radio 1’s Future Stars, Tomorrowland’s ‘20 of 2023’, and as a DJ Mag North America cover star, plus being selected as one of Beatport’s ‘Beatport Next: Class of 2023’ and most recently as one of Spotify’s ‘Mint Artists To Watch’, her 2024 account opens with a big label debut as she heads to Damian Lazarus’ iconic Crosstown Rebel for the first time. Paying homage to the rich house history of Chicago, she unveils her latest single, ‘Right Spot’ - joined by a double-dose all-star remix cast in the form of house icons Dennis Ferrer and Byron The Aquarius, two individuals who need little introduction.

Groove-laden and rich, harnessed by the alluring vocal at the heart of the production, ‘Right Spot’ is an excellently crafted trip through varying shades of house music as slick percussion and vibrant leads accent hazy textures to offer up a future-focused cut with nods to the past.

Dennis Ferrer’s interpretation sees the NYC icon switch things up as he veers towards the after-hours with a bubbly, stripped-back take that leans on colourful stabs, sweeping melodies and off-kilter drum shots. To close, Alabama’s finest, Byron The Aquarius’ remix ups the tempo and launches right into the action as tunnelling grooves and skippy hats take hold for an energy-charged ride.

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