Since it's initial release in July 2003, Solaris heights 'Midnight' has never really gone away.
Since it's initial release in July 2003, Solaris heights 'Midnight' has never really gone away. Whilst dancefloor fashions have , as always, come and gone, Midnight's P funk / electronic boogie infused bass groove, crisp rhythms and simple but memorable male vocal lines have found there way into everything from Deep House Sets, to warm ups at Secret Sundaze, sunset sets in Ibeefa, innumerable mix albums, and the odd doggy bootleg.
So it was only right that this underground bomb got another airing, and we could think of no one better for a remix than Padded Cell. With ex Bronx Dog Richard Sen at the helm, the Cell have recorded a couple of storming releases for the incomparable DC imprint, and now they combine their Krautrock influenced electronic disco with fragments of the original vocal to create a shimmering, psychedelic dancefloor stormer, that ebbs and flows and goes off at tangents whilst never taking its eyes off the prize.
Written by Bryan J Robson, Keith Robson and Lewis Phillimore. Produced and recorded by Bryan Robson. Vocals by Randolph Matthews. Vocals recorded by Sie Medway-Smith. Backing Vocals by Cheb Stewart. Vocals recorded at Milo. Remix and additional production on side A by Padded Cell.
(P) & (C) 2006 Airtight Recordings
|1.||Midnight [Padded Cell Mix]||Buy Track ( 0.94)|
|2.||Midnight||Buy Track ( 0.94)|
|3.||Midnight [Laid Mix]||Buy Track ( 0.94)|
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