See-I released their 2014 album Knowledge Shine Bright to great reviews in the press and an amazing radio campaign, followed up with national tour dates including the 30th annual Reggae On The River Festival in Humboldt County, CA. The tracks from this album have been sent out to some of the best remixers around the world and the results are just stunning.
The Knowledge Shine Bright remixes will be released in a series of EPs and the first one is engineered to blow up dance floors all over the place. See-Is track The Boogieman features rapper Mr. Lif, and the Basement Freaks have stripped it down and reworked the tune from the bottom up. The result is an electro infused bass funk banger, a slice of futuristic funky hip-hop, which is a DJs dream. Fort Knox Recordings label mate Qdup remixed King of the Road adding some future go-go swing to create a funky glitch-hop anthem. These are the first See-I remixes by both of these accomplished artists, and instrumentals of both remixes are also available.
The first installment of the Knowledge Shine Bright Remixes sets the bar very high, with Basement Freaks and Qdup reinterpreting the funky reggae and hip-hop of See-I into dance floor monsters. With a range of sounds from electro, glitch-hop, funk, bass and breaks these remixes deliver the goods and create an irresistible party vibe.
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This is a showcase mix of my monthly residency at Moondoo Club in Hamburg, located right in the middle of Reeperbahn,Germany’s No1 party street!
In the 50s here lured the Hippodrome with naked beauties who rode horses through the ring. In the 60s, the 136 became world famous as Top Ten – here played by the Beatles, the Kinks, the Les Humphries and other heroes of the Beat era. In the 90s, the House-nights of La Cage made a talking point. At some point, the operator carousel began to turn, then went out lights. Until 2008 …
Since 2012 am having the honour to be dropin’ beats on this legendary location with some of the world’s best Djs