L-Vis 1990′s innovative debut “United Groove” was one of the hottest selling singles for us here at Mad Decent in 2009, following no genre and giving us nothing other then pure, unique audio bliss. In that spirit we present to you the “United Groove” Remix EP! Featuring 6 new versions from some of the hottest names in dance music, this record is sure to knock your socks off all over again.
Fresh from their riotously well received Fabric mix, Buraka Som Sistema packs a serious mix of low-end and tropical flavor into their highly danceable remix- whereas UK Garage legend M.J. Cole spares all niceties and wallops us over the head with a heavy pitch bending synth line accented with wonderful minimal drumwork. On to Kingdom’s beautiful mix that somehow manages to stay just as body-jacking as it is haunting. With complex drum work and impressively tweaked vocal samples, he’s made a big wild card for DJ’s to pull out at any party.
All that and we’ve only covered half of this remix EP! Do not miss the Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team Remix, featuring Teki Latex dropping the most on point social commentary I’ve heard in a dance track, well, maybe ever! We can’t really put a finger on what TRG’s eclectic remix sounds like, but if I had to, I’d say it was a fidgety, soca influenced, synth treat. Cap it all off with Baobinga & ID giving us an inspired mix that takes melody and bass and mixes them together into an alluringly funky trip to the dance floor.
Originally released on Jan 19, 2010.