Get Up Recordings continues its steady string of top notch underground house music releases with “Movin’ 2 Fast” from the New York City-based collective Brooklyn is Burning (DJ Nita and Adam Joseph). DJ Nita 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 for his remixes for Scissor Sisters and Beyonce. He is also currently one-half of the DJ / production duo The Carry Nation. Adam Joesph is a prolific producer, songwriter, and vocalist. He was featured on super-producer Bob Sinclair’s album Born in 69 with the track, “The Way I Feel”. “Movin’ 2 Fast” is a straightforward dance track reminiscent of the ’90s house scene. With its melodic keys, catchy vocal hook, and infectious bass line it has all the elements to become a future house classic.
The release includes three remixes, the first coming from Australian DJ / producers Stereogamous. The duo, who have done remixes for and collaborations with such artists as Kylie Minogue, George Michael, LCD Soundsystem, and The Presets, give the track a big room 2-step electro feel. Next up is Discodromo, the Italian DJ / producers residing deep in the Berlin music scene. Their remix is a departure from the usual nu-disco format as they bring a warehouse rave feel to the track. The final remix comes San Francisco’s Vin Sol, head honcho at Soo Wavey Records. His remix is packed to the brim with trippy minimal happy house vibes. Smiley face.
Tensnake - “Nice diversity … good remixes from Discodromo and Vin Soul.”
Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) - “Very cool.”
Graeme Park - “Oh, yes! The original is a wonderful track … a simple, addictive and effective house groove.”
Brett Johnson - “Nice package here!”
Q-Burns Abstract Message - “The Stereogamous Mix is so good … bouncy and slinky and kinda sexy. The original is catchy and uplifting, as well.”
DJ Sneak - “Support.”
Luke Solomon - “Loving the Vin Sol mix … heavy.”
Sleazy McQueen - “The original mix … totally!”
Alexander East - “Sweet!”
Christos Kedras (Kapa Music) - “Great package. I’m loving the variety. The original takes the trophy … energetic house tune with nice build. I’m also feeling Stereogamous mix … dark, fat, dirty, and twisted!”
Vincent Kwok - “I’m liking the original mix.”
Sumsuch (Colour and Pitch, Deepwit) - “Excellent remixes here. Discodromo is killin’ it!”
Al Bradley (3am Recordings) - “I’m feeling the Stereogamous remix here … wicked bouncy beats and stabby bass vibes. Cracking stuff.”