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Great new remix from Kern & Meier

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REVIEW: TOBACCO DOCK NEW YEAR'S DAY

DJ Mag starts the new year the right way
Lush (Original Mix) - Axis - Enhanced Progressive

Enhanced drops another particularly effective electro-trance-EDM fusion that comes loaded with some particularly spiky, stomping grooves, plus an '80s-drenched riff in the chorus that lifts it into ‘anthem’ territory. A functional peaktime homerun that’ll work on an assortment of dancefloors.

Dry Mouth - Vision Fortune - ATP

Forward-thinking music from Vision Fortune with tongue firmly in cheek. Sonically challenged awkwardness in the key of drone.

Eskipade - Laura Jones - Visionquest

The Visionquest boys nab this heavyweight, riff-heavy excursion from the inimitable Laura Jones. The jacking, stripped 'Crux' might just take it, but the OCH mix of the title track demands attention.

Plain Gold Ring - Zara McFarlane - Brownswood

With a nod to the likes of Nina Simone, Dee Dee Bridgewater and the stark acoustic, spiritual jazz of yesteryear, this minimal, stripped-back track from McFarlane is the last to be lifted from her most recent LP ‘If You Knew Her’. Taking her version to an entirely new place and, in turn, an entirely new audience, Kjell Anderson’s excellent up-tempo rework alternatively offers a nod to contemporary remix masterminds like Jazzanova, Kaidi Tatham and Seiji.