RELEASES

ALBUMS / SINGLES

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K Klass Feat Rosie Gaines – Dance With Me

The story so far…

This has been suSU’s most acclaimed club track yet – it made it’s debut at the Miami WMC and went down a storm creating interest worldwide.

The record sees UK house veterans K Klass working for the first time ever with USA soul Diva Rosie ‘Closer than Close’ Gaines and the partnership works just fine, with Rosie’s impassioned Vocals riding over one of K Klass’s best ever productions.

The funky house brigade are well and truly catered for with mixes from We Deliver & Mauve, whilst the more traditional suSU soulful house sound is delivered by DJ Spen.

No surprise that the track went to number 1 in both the Music Week Club chart and the DMC update chart!

 

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Ultra Nate – A Wonderful Place

Another group of hot soulful remixes, stemming from the Blaze presents Underground Dance Artists United for Life ‘Keep Hope Alive’ album.

This batch reinterprets Blaze feat. Ultra Nate, ‘Wonderful Place’ putting some extra spring in the step. UK DJ/Producers Bobby & Steve hit us with a lovely rendition, reminiscent of a classic percussive soulful MAW mix that’s sure to please. Whilst our very own Tomo gives us a deep synthy laid back dubby feel with slight vocal injections for added flavor.

On the flip, the Fanatix, Britain’s Aaron Ross from BBC 1Xtra and uber-producer Neil Pierce, keep us movin’ with an all out digital melodic interpretation on their Main Mix – minus some of Ultra’s vocals on the dub.

What a Wonderful Place indeed.

 

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The Reese Project – This Means That

The Reese Project are back! Kevin Saunderson’s alter ego project from Inner City caused dancefloor and radio airwaves mayhem in the early to mid nineties with a series of classic singles that perfectly fused soulfully sung songs with house music urgency. ‘Direct Me’, ‘Colour Of Love’, ‘So Deep’, ‘Miracle Of Life’ and ‘I Believe’ showed that Detroit had not lost any of it’s Soulfulness whilst embracing the newer sounds of techno.

A decade on and Kevin “Reese” Saunderson has revived the group with the sublime ‘This Means That’ featuring lead vocals from co-composer Paul Randolph, who plays keyboards for Amp Fiddler and the result is a tune that has won plays from the likes of Kenny Dope, Joey Negro, DJ Spen and just about everyone else with taste!

 

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Solitaire – You Got The Love

suSU goes straight for mainstream success with this huge disco-tastic remake of ‘You Got The Love’.

A straight cover of The Source/Candi Station house anthem would have been pointless, but producer Lewis Dene gives it that very special Solitaire retro trademark, taking it into a new unheard territory.

Solitaire’s ‘I Like Love (I Love Love)’ became a staple diet for funky house dancefloors worldwide and the disco train gathers yet more speed with another absolute monster of a tune that screams out… crossover hit!

 

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Solsonik feat Sabrynaah Pope – In Love Again

A funky house-soulful house instant classic from suSU. This is another peak time dancefloor filler that is causing mayhem out on the floor.

Ms Sabrynaah Pope is a veteran diva from the New Jersey garage scene and ‘In Love Again’ sees her team up with Italian producers Sant and Matteo to fine effect.

A small-scale release on their Cosmonaut back in 2003 caused ripples of interest, so suSU stepped in to take it to the next level, with stonking new remixes from two of the UK’s finest – keyboard wizard Richard Earnshaw and West Country new kids on the block Southern Divide. They each deliver mixes full of punch whilst sympathetic to the so Soulful vocals and back to the old school arrangement.

Imagine Phyllis Hyman making a Soulful House record and you’re getting pretty close.

 

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