Maceo Plex

Love Somebody Else / Future Musik (Clear Vinyl Repress)

Ellum Audio

ELL007CLEAR

Maceo Plex

Love Somebody Else / Future Musik (Clear Vinyl Repress)

Ellum Audio

ELL007CLEAR

ELL007CLEAR
ARTIST
Maceo Plex
TITLE
Love Somebody Else / Future Musik (Clear Vinyl Repress)
LABEL
Ellum Audio
CAT NO.
ELL007CLEAR
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 25/06/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
Deep House House Tech House Techno
FEATURING
Joi Cardwell Jon Dasilva Maceo Plex
ASSETS
MISC.
Clear Vinyl Repress

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A. Jon Dasilva & Maceo Plex - Love Somebody Else (ft. Joi Cardwell)
  2. B. Future Musik (A Tribute To Closer Musik)

SALES NOTES

A special tribute addition of Ellum Audio comes courtesy of Maceo Plex & Jon

Dasilva, who bring back a pair of bygone musical gems with their own modern interpretations. Featuring an astonishing guest appearance by house vocal sensation Joi Cardwell, Ellum delivers a late summer anthem with ‘Love Somebody Else’.

For the A-side Eric Estornel aka Maceo Plex revives an unreleased Jon DaSilva

Remix of Colourblind’s cover of 1979 Jones Girls classic ‘You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else’. Having loved the remix, lost in the heady days of the early 90s, Eric orchestrated a studio session with legendary hacienda DJ Jon DaSilva to make a new reinterpreted version of the track replaying everything and creating a new melodies and sonsstructure, also managing to track down classic house singer Joi Cardwell to lay down fresh vocals and creating a real floor burner as a result. Irresistibly warm, smooth and groovy, ‘Love Somebody Else’ is quite simply massive.

On the flip, Maceo Plex goes it alone and delivers ‘Future Musik’ - homage to a favourite Closer Musik track that never did see an official release.

Chilean/German duo Closer Musik (Dirk Leyers & Matias Aguayo) released a number of shimmering slices of electronica around a decade ago on the mythical

Kompakt Recordings and Maceo Plex’s re-imagining and interpretation of their untitled work employs rich layers of molten pads and laid-back hats until a powerful bassline cuts through the calm and Maceo’s rippling vocals work their magic.

Published: 6th April 2021

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