New Yorkian future R&B songstress Alison Valentine recently unleashed this brand new track. It originally cam as part of this mixtape, but thankfully Ally decided to give the whole track to the world as it deserves to be heard in it’s entirety. So sit back in the moonlight, and check out Ally V’s Pixie Dust.
Stepping up for production duties on this one is French producer Para One, a man who’s no stranger to big bass and Hip Hop beats, both of which shine though on this slow and slinky Future R&B track. It’s got a distinctly R&B vocal flavour alongside some West Coast sounds, but that’s mixed up with a complex experimental flair as the track breezily cascades into an intricate synth jam while Ally’s silky vocal rides the booming bass.
Here’s the latest offering from ace French producer Para One. Ever since the ‘live edit’ of his track You, taken from his Passion album, made it’s Radio 1 début fans have been eager to get their hands on the track. Now the man is presenting You Too, the edit in all it’s glory.
This one is much more clubby than the original, working in all manner of classic tracks and a massive piano hook Para One goes full-on summer. Laid back Disco grooves rubs shoulders with 90s House riffs and playful vocals sampling to create a special party soundtrack. With a subtly big room vibe in amongst the breezy sunshine House, this edit will inject a healthy dose of carefree euphoria into any set. Which is, we guess, what it was made for. Job well done Para One! Download this one now for free.
This isn’t on official reMix…it should be, but it isn’t. Plastic Plates, that LA centre of excellence, has really knocked it out of the park with his new mix. Having got hold of the vocals for Para One, Irfane & Teki Latex’s Every Little Thing (which was already an awesome tune) Felix apparently couldn’t resist the opportunity to add a little of his synthetic disco to the track.
Plastic Plates just has an ear for this stuff, perfectly balancing a laid back vibe with a solid dance groove he strips down the track and build it back up again out of his own robotic mirrorball pallet. Keeping the vocals intact (it’s an excellent song, why wouldn’t you?) Felix rocks the song in his own particular synthesizer Disco way. Easily the best of the reMixes, including the official package, of this track.