Classic tracks & remixes from the REWIND line up

 

Relentless, in partnership with DJ Mag and LWE are proud to announce REWIND - a 3 month content series to reimagine some of the most exciting live DJ sets from our combined archives.

 

Much more than just a re-run, each set in the series has been re-imagined with with futuristic visuals to showcase the iconic performances and add a new dimension to some of the best sets on film from some of the UK's defining electronic music events.

 

To celebrate this partnership, we've delved deep into our record collections and selected our favourite productions and remixes from the featured artists that you may have forgotten - and some that are so good we will never get bored of them. Check out the full thing below

 

Reel 2 Real - "I Like To Move It" (prod. Erick Morillo)

 

We're kicking things off with a 90s classic. As the core member of Reel to Real, Morillo found global fame with reggae-house hit “I Like To Move It”. The track encapsulates the energy and vibe of the era and hit the top of the charts all over the world.

Tine Tempah ft. Tinashe - "Text From Your Ex" (prod. Jax Jones)

 

Before he was dropping chart toppers under his own name, Jax Jones was producing chart toppers for other artists. Bringing together south London’s Tinie Tempah with American popstar Tinashe, the track was released in 2017 from Tinie’s third album, Youth.

Ella Fitzgerald - Blue Skies (Maya Janes Coles Remix)

 

Known as one of the finest remixers out there – mixing everyone from Amy Winehouse to Depeche Mode, Sam Smith and The xx - it’s hard to pick just one from Maya Jane Coles. However this version of Ella Fitzgerald’s “Blue Skies” encapsulates the artist’s versatility.

Spice Girls - Who Do You Think You Are (Morales Club Mix)


If you’ve ever watched the Spice World movie and wondered what that banger playing in the background was, look no further. Paradise Garage alum, David Morales is known for remixing the pop goddesses and this Spice Girls reimagining is one of his best.

DJ Zinc feat. Ms Dynamite – Wile Out (Official Video)


Drum and bass legend, DJ Zinc has been making noise on the scene for the last 25 years. Back in 2010 he teamed up with ultimate garage girl, Ms Dynamite for this festival staple track. This one is a favourite for the Shambala and Boomtown ravers.

Lil Yachty - SaintLaurentYSL ft. Lil Baby (The Martinez Brothers Re-Edit)


This remix was huge when it dropped last year, quickly amassing over a million views on The Martinez Brothers Youtube channel. The Bronx-born brothers chopped and screwed Lil Yachty’s track with expert finesse.

Warren G - "Get U Down" (Loco Dice Remix)

 

Following the trend of hip hop infused house, is this Warren G remix from Loco Dice. Fans of Dice will know the artist’s beginning were firmly rooted in hip hop culture and included touring with Snoop Dogg in the 90s. This track combines the many sides of Dice.

Danny Howard - Pumpin' (Archie Hamilton Extended Mix)


This one is fresh. Archie Hamilton’s remix of “Pumpin’” from Danny Howard dropped less than two weeks ago and it’s already making an impact. This official remix boasts a melodic take on the “Kickin’ In The Beat” sampled track.

Nocturnal Sunshine - Possessed ft. Peaches (Rossko's 'Manlike' Remix)


This is remix inception with Rossko flipping one of the artists on this list! MJC’s alter ego, Nocturnal Sunshine carries on from her early work’s hip hop influence. Rossko’s ‘Manlike’ remix of the song – which features vocals from Peaches – takes the darkness to a whole new level.

Shadow Child - So High (Hot Since 82 Remix)


We could have gone for the obvious choice here and selected HS82’s iconic Green Velvet flip - “Bigger Than Prince” but you already know about that remix. Instead, here’s Shadow Child’s “So High edit from back in 2012.