Bank Holiday Gems.

As we move into the Bank Holiday weekend, The 5:15 felt required to share a handful of tracks that we are feeling right now and would hope to hear played on at least one (but preferably all) of the nights this weekend.

 

The xx – On Hold (Jamie xx Remix)

We stumbled across this remix while listening to Jamie xx’s Reykjavik Boiler Room Set. The remix is yet to have an official release date, so for now it looks as though Jamie is keeping it exclusively for his sets. That SOLD OUT Jamie xx Warehouse Project day party (November 11th) is looking ever more appealing…

 

Jame Moorfield – The Opaque (Original Mix)

We wont go into too much detail, as you can find our full review here.

To summarise, this track has the perfect balance of energy for all your night event and day parties needs this weekend. So perfect in fact, it was the first video on our new YouTube channel (subscribe here).

 

Joaquin Koen – Name Not Found (Joel Remix)

Our favourite from Killer Vibe Records upcoming ‘Name Not Found’ EP. Vintage chord stabs, rolling snares, quirky vocals and a chunky drop. Just what the Bank Holiday ordered.

 

James Curd & Diz – Please Don’t Play (CamelPhat Remix)

The men of the moment following their Beatport number 1 ‘Cola’, CamelPhat enter the fray for Lee Foss’ ever impressive Repopulate Mars. We can’t think of a single release from RM that doesn’t do serious dance floor damage. This remix certainly carries on that trend, bringing a filthy bassline addition to compliment the original. Certified banger.

 

Betoko – Gimmie Da Groove (Manuel De La Mare Remix)

This track does exactly what it says on the tin, crowd pleaser grooves. From the release we select the hard hitting remix from Manuel De La Mare, full of energy and impact. A perfect track for when you’re wanting to up the pace of your set. ‘Gimmie Da Groove’ is weapon we will definitely be playing out this weekend.

 


Whatever your plans over the Bank Holiday, we wish everyone the best of weekends.

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