Jeromy Nail - Don't You (Feel Me) (Uniting Souls Music)

Seattle’s Uniting Souls Music returns for its second release in 2017 with Jeromy Nail’s “Don’t You (Feel Me)” featuring remixes by Brett Johnson and Mikey V.

As part of the Uniting Souls Music collective since the early 2000s, Jeromy sharpened his DJ’ing skills on many late night dance floors, including residencies at the seminal Flammable Sundays – the West Coast’s longest running house weekly twenty years strong – and the (now defunct) electronic dance music haven See Sound Lounge. With releases and remixes for the likes of Viva Recordings, Build It Records, Bomb Recordings, Hype & Soul, House Call, and, of course, the Uniting Souls label, Jeromy’s been busy on the scene.

First up, Jeromy’s original takes the listener on a quirky, tech-house inspired journey built on layers of vocal stabs sprinkled over tinges of acid-flavored synths. With its snappy drum programming and uplifting vibe, the original mix is a unique ride from start to finish.

Next up, veteran DJ / producer Brett Johnson (Classic Music Company, Get Physical) goes a little deeper into the underground, offering up a stripped down and moody version full of lush synths, warm chords, and a thick bass line. With his distinctive style and superb production, Brett’s mix is sure to please.

Closing things out is up-and-coming talent Mikey V. Making waves recently with a slew of originals, remixes, and collaborations on labels such as Classic Music, Electrik Soul, and Salted Music, Mikey raises the energy a few notches with a funky tech-house remix that’s aimed squarely at the dance floor.

DJ Heather (Blackcherry Recordings) – “Diggin’ the original quite a bit. Jeromy is one of Seattle’s best.”
Fer Ferrari (Deepclass Records) – “Bretts mix for me!”
DELLA (No Dial Tone) – “How can one go wrong with this EP? Brett Johnson and Mikey V on the remixes, hell yeah!”
Distant People / Joey Silvero (Seamless) – “I like the subtle build up on this. The bass is wicked.”
Jaymz Nylon (Nylon Recordings) – “This will surely brighten up many dance floors.”
Pete Moss (Recline Records) – “Beautiful release. I love it.”
Makossa (Makossa & Megablast) – “Solid Brett Johnson remix.”
Sumsuch (Colour and Pitch) – “I love all 3 versions. Great single!”
Chris Udoh (Tigerhook) – “I will be playing this!”
Lee Jones / Country Gents (Buslife) – “This release is f’ing amazing. The original mix I’ve been playing over and over again. For the record, I love all 3 mixes and will be using them constantly at summer parties here in the UK.”

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