2016-09-07T17:11:52+00:00 2016-09-08T14:02:57+00:00

Ryan Blyth remixes Clear Six's "Sunshine" [Premiere]

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After having success as a songwriter, a few months ago, Manchester's Clear Six debuted his first track into the world of house music.  He released his first Aptly titled "Sunshine," and the single was a moment of summery house, mixed with the retro disco vocals of Curtis T Johnson. Now the track is gearing up to be in the spotlight again, with a slew of remixes set to release this Friday, September 9th via house outlet Get Twisted Records. The remix EP will feature M.A.X, SameSelf, and our first listen with Ryan Blyth

We've seen Ryan Blyth before: recently on Don Diablo's Hexagon label wtih a hip house track "Back To You," speaking to the evolution of hip hop and UK underground house in his productions. We heard him on "Trust Me" with After Six, which became another representative element of the infectiousness and grooviness of his work. He's brought all of the latter to his work on "Sunshine," and we'll continue to watch as he draws us in by bringing out the best and most lovable elements in house's arsenal.September.

 

 

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Connect with Ryan Blyth: SoundCloud 

 

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