With the return of many 1990s dance classics in the current disco revival, it's very clear the affect that era had on today's producers and musicians. And one of the biggest selling electronic artists within the early part of that decade, Junior Jack, has set out to remind us why. After reviving the iconic "Thrill Me" last year to critical acclaim, he's invited friends and contemporaries to remix his biggest worldwide club track from 2003, "E Samba" to prepare longtime fans for the release of his first new original music in some time. He's invited The Aston Shuffle, Joey Suki an anonymous artist and Cristoph to put their spin on the track, each with different results. We have the first listen to Cistoph's take, and the UK producer has surely brought some avant garde perspective to the table.
Bringing in synths that are reminders of trance's heyday once past yet also of the futuristic implications of electronic music, Christoph's take on "E Samba" hits on points in dance music's past and future. Check it out below.
E Samba - Remixes