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Disco-house Duo Crush Club are set to release a new energetic remix of ‘Bohanna’ by UK house producers, Just Kiddin

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Crush Club are an electric duo that consists of vocalist TC Milan and producer/multi-instrumentalist Le Chev. Their uplifting music has been featured extensively in fashion campaigns, video games and TV, with recent synchs including “Believer” on the FIFA22 Volta Soundtrack & HBO’s Genera+ion, “My Man” in the Queer as Folk 2022 reboot, and “Trust” soundtracking the Tommy Hilfiger FW22 campaign. Crush Club first arrived on the scene with “We Dance” (Another Rhythm Records) in 2018, which BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac instantly named “Hottest Record in The World.”

Queer joy and summer vibes abound on disco-house duo Crush Club’s new single ‘Bohanna’, with long-term collaborator and non-binary vocalist Amazonian Rockstar. Bells and rhythmic percussion introduce a track imbued with the joy of a hot summer’s day and the unbridled joy from spending a long day in the sun with friends. Though the remix of Bohanna by Just Kiddin holds a new edge, with a tech-house-styled drum beat that develops into a moving summer dance anthem. Being released alongside the extended version, you can expect to hear the Just Kiddin Bohanna remix as one of the last big summer dance tracks of the year. 

Friends since childhood, Just Kiddin are the English duo Lewis and Laurie who have no limitations as DJ’s and producers. Together they have created a unique production recipe – gaining props from industry heavy weights such as Duke Dumont, The Magician, Gorgon City, Martin Garrix and Tiesto. Just Kiddin first made it onto the scene with their bona fide summer anthem “Thinking About It” via Parlophone’s dance imprint FFRR. It was a huge success, receiving over 50 plays across BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra and over 8 Million streams online.

As mirrored in the single artwork’s psychedelic tie-dye effect, the new remix by Just Kiddin perfectly draws upon tropical rhythms with a club twist. It perfectly combines both duo’s artistic skills, with the original shedding off tropical kaleidoscopic vibes and the Just Kiddin remix boasting an all day boat party atmosphere. ”Bohanna, music for dancing” Amazonian Rockstar sings in the song’s refrain, their soaring vocals contributing to the Carnivalesque overtones that emanate from the song. 

We premiere Crush Club feat. Amazonian Rockstar (Just Kiddin Remix) on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab it here.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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