Get Up Recordings continues a steady string of releases with “Percolatin’” from the New York City based collective Brooklyn is Burning (Nita Aviance and Adam Joseph). Nita Aviance is one of the most sought after DJs in the NYC underground club scene and has been creating a buzz with his production work, especially his remixes for Scissor Sisters and Beyonce. He is also currently one half of DJ/production duo The Carry Nation. Adam Joseph is a prolific producer, songwriter, and vocalist. He was featured on super-producer Bob Sinclar’s album Born in 69 with “The Way I Feel.” “Percolatin’” is a bumping dance track reminiscent of the '90s house scene. With its melodic keys, catchy vocal hook and infectious bass line, it is sure to become a future house classic. The release features remixes from fellow NYC DJ/producers Eli Escobar and Michael Magnan.
Eli Escobar is the quintessential New York City DJ. Over the past ten years he has built a reputation around his parties, emerging as one of the most talented DJs in the NY dance scene. His talent as a remixer is reflected in the wide range of artists who have sought him out to turn their songs into something specifically his own. The list boasts of work for Diplo, M.I.A., Britney Spears, Chromeo, Holy Ghost!, Pase Rock, and Amanda Blank. His remix for “Percolatin’” gets his signature acid treatment accompanied by some dark funky house beats and jackin’ vocals.
DJ/producer Michael Magnan dwells amongst the downtown music and fashion scene which inspires his creativity, which in-turn inspires others. Magnan fuses art, music. and fashion together on his popular blog Wickephobica and with his involvement in the House of Ladosha collective. He is also one half of the DJ/production duo Fatherhood along with Physical Therapy. His remix of “Percolatin’” is very reflective of his DJ style: dreamy runway.
This package is a must have for the underground house heads.
Tom Findlay (Groove Armada / Lovebox) - "Old school but fresh at the same time … never an easy trick to pull off. I'm diggin' it."
Daniel Bortz (Suol / Pastamusik) - "Sounds cool."
Onionz (Intec / Siesta) - "Nice work from Eli Escobar and Michael Magnan."
Lupe Fuentes (Inhouse Records) - "Nice!"
Malente (No Brainer / Fool's Gold) - "This is fun."
Hard Ton (Gigolo / Permanent Vacation) - "Solid EP! Eli Escobar's remix is so good."
Severino (Horse Meat Disco) - "Big package … all mixes are fab!"
DJ Heather - "I'll be supporting this for sure."
Alkalino (Estimativa / Audaz Recordings) - "The original and the Eli Escobar mix are great."
Al Bradley (3am Recordings) - "The original has the mid-90s-Hacienda-in-Manchester vibe … Michael Magnan also drops a very distinctive sounding style, rounding off the single well."
Sumsuch (Colour and Pitch / Mega Jawns) - "This just made my day. Brilliant original and remixes … can't wait to play these!"
Joe Roberts (DJ Mag / Chew The Fat!) - "Banger! All mixes are great … I'll be playing the original this weekend."
Danny Howard (BBC Radio 1 / Dance Anthems) - "Really nicely done! I'll be supporting the original."
Myxzlplix (Subdivisions Radio Show) - "Too cool for school. Throwback style done right and the flips from Eli Escobar and Michael Magnan are nice additions."
Tariq Ziyad (Planet Rave / Dark Horse) - "Those Detroit style stabs just hit the spot perfectly … fantastic."
Alien Tom - "Underground vibes and techno soul. Time for percolatin'!"