The Berlin record label Get Physical compiled a hefty set of remixes for M.A.N.D.Y.'s track "Superstitious" taken from the Twisted Sister EP released last year.Philipp Jung and Patrick Bodmer the talent behind M.A.N.D.Y are known for their tech and deep house sounds and vibes, their track alone is another reason why their reputation grows as they feature remixes from some of the biggest names in the business. Djedjotronic, Chaim, and Just Be feature their own stellar remixes on the follow-up.The remixes are available now through Beatport and Get Physical Music which will release a special edition vinyl worth keeping an eye out for.
The original mix of "Superstitious" features M.A.N.D.Y's recognizable and sensational vibes mixed with looping vocals and beats that have the right amount of variations of house. Jérémy Cottereau, the face behind Djedjotronic of Boysnoize Records, ads the right amounts of upbeat sounds to captivate the true potential of this track with his remix. The remix itself flows into a deep house version mixed with an upbeat tempo that has the ability to get those restless dance floors moving.
The Just BE remix uses the remixer's own sound and is able to produce a deep sensation as he mixes the track with a tech sound that chills the back of your spine till very last second. His remix just comes to show how his lengthy DJ career gets better as he produces remixes that never seem to get old. The last remix done by Chaim smoothly fits right in with the other remixes. His chart topping remixes including "Very Wrong" and "Smile for Me" has kept his name as a noticable remixer. He mixes various styles of synthesized sounds that loop and incorporate the house and tech vibes that reflect his ability into adding his own rework for this remix.