Solardo remix Secondcity
Everyone from Coldplay to LL Cool J, Robert Hood to Lana del Rey has had their say as to what ‘Paradise’ sounds like: now it’s the turn of Secondcity to define what life is like on Clarisse Records.
Rowan Harrington’s two previous Clarisse communications had him remixing Mendo’s’ ‘Magic’ and restyling Dario D’Attis & Yvan Genkins’ ‘Afro Call’ last year, while his soaraway smash ‘I Wanna Feel’ emphatically ensured the safety of Ibizan piano house. The chunky swing of ‘Paradise’, full of new jack dons and denizens of the loverman brand, is classically Clarisse in its mechanical management of the dancefloor.
Our Data Transmission ones to watch for 2016, Solardo go from strength to strength and their idea of ‘Paradise’ is to bubble up an acid boogie giving more spotlight to the original’s suave-talking sugar daddy. Mark Richards and James Elliot sprinkle their Solardo solution with more than a dash of energetic fun, paying dues to the theory that everybody needs a 303 and coming to the crowd as a cool breeze rather than an acid sweat storm.