"Blast Off!" is the third single taken from Ursula 1000's fab new album Voyeur. Featuring the legendary New York City drag queen Lady Bunny, this energetic disco monster sounds like Sylvester and Patrick Cowley having with New Order in outer space. As with any good dance floor focused single, there's a bevy of hot shot remixes on hand for a variety of discerning DJs. Vanilla Ace takes "Blast Off!" to peak time G-house territory while Eli Escobar dubs out some serious deep garage heat. Endless Summer, the new collaboration of Sleazy McQueen and Obas, go dark and hypnotic with their Arp-driven, basement-targeted version. Brooklyn's KLM also dips into garage terrain but with some heavy duty bass rolls and pitched down vocals. Finally, Manotti da Vinci grabs "Blast Off! and maxes it out with his over-the-top electro house take. Indeed, these are some perfect tracks for breaking through the atmosphere.
Hard Ton (Gigolo / Permanent Vacation) - "The Eli Escobar remix is dope! Will play this for sure."
Gene Hunt (Rush Hour / Dope Wax) - "Banger!"
All Good Funk Alliance - "Digging the original … great work."
Severino (Horse Meat Disco) - "Love Lady Bunny … and this Eli Escobar remix!"
Nick Catchdubs (Fool's Gold Records) - "Fun!"
Belabouche (Midnight Riot / DiscoDat) - "Really cool original track … will play for sure."
Vincent Kwok - "That Vanilla Ace remix … hot track!"
Johnny Dynell (Endless Night Music, NYC) - "Hot track. Bunny sounds great. The Eli Escobar mix is very cool but my faves are the Endless Summer and Manotti Da Vinci mixes."
Stereo 77 (Plimsoll Records) - "The Endless Summer remix and Eli Escobar dub are insanely good."
Pat Lezizmo (Conya Records / Karmaloft) - "Vanilla Ace does it again!"
Dutchican Soul (Strictly Rhythm / Salted Music) - "Nice! The KLM and Vanilla Ace remixes are dope … I will be playing this!"
Alan Powell (The Midnight Mix, Solar Radio) - "The Eli Escobar is the mix for me. Reminds me of '90s uplifting house sound with the key stabs. Nice work."
misterG (Green Arrow Radio Show) - "Makes me want to get in the mothership and 'Blast Off!'"