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Life On Planets & Taylor Bense announces Soul Clap’s remix for ‘Glowstick’ via Kitsuné Musique

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Fast-rising US producers Life On Planets and Taylor Bense are pleased to announce a brand new Soul Clap remix for ‘Glowstick’ out through Kitsuné Musique this Spring.

Life On Planets is the solo project of singer/guitarist Phill Celeste. Melding soul, R&B, and house in his original productions; the artist’s eclectic sound took him from the streets of Baltimore to cities the world over. Whilst, Taylor Bense draws on numerous and diverse inspirations. From jazz and Motown, all the way up to the records that sampled them (Dilla, Tribe, Detroithouse).

The track follows David Marston’s previous remix of the title track from their eponymous EP out now with Boston disco-house legends adding a sultry, garage-house twist.

Soul Clap say: “‘Glowstick’ is a prime example of Life On Planets infectious pop songwriting sensibility and Taylor Bense’s powerful production abilities!  The original is tremendous so the only thing we thought to do was to really make the thing swing! On this remix, Charlie pumped the tempo, resampled the pads, added some keys, swung those drums and broke the whole thing off with a big ol’ bag of bassline!  The result falls somewhere between House and 4×4 Garage but still very Soul Clap and oh so Taylor Bense/Life On Planets! Oh, and thank goes out to Taylor Bense for the exquisite Mixdown!”

Life on Planets, Taylor Bense, and Kitsuné Musique have decided to donate 50% of the royalties and 100% of the profits of the merchandise to Campaign Zero, a non-profit organization that fights against police violence in America.

Life On Planets and Taylor Bense’s new Remix is out March 5th via Kitsuné Musique from 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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