First up is Ben Coda, fast becoming one of the biggest hitters in the progressive and tech-house scenes and is a big favourite with Lowbit fans…and no wonder! Giving ‘Glitter’ a thrilling techy makeover, his remix strikes a beautiful balance between dramatically driving drums and growling bassline and light, airy layers of synth melodies that echo the uplifting nature of the original.
Steve Haines brings out the best elements of the original in his remix while simultaneously creating a really fresh take on the track. Banging out a seriously deep and dark bassline accompanied by squelchy stabs, Steve contrasts these with airy pads and sweepingly uplifting strings to make his remix a driving dancefloor bomb.
Outlook is a young UK progressive house producer who is fast putting himself on the map and was a well-deserved runner up in the ‘Glitter’ remix competition. His take on ‘Glitter’ is trademark uplifting Outlook, with absolutely lush chord progressions and spine-tinglingly warm pad work making this an outstanding part of the package.
Aussie producer inSilico meanwhile came third in the remix competition and is another talent well worth watching out for. Taking ‘Glitter’ down a more techy road, he injects it with a throbbing bassline and rippling, rhythmic layers of squelchy synths to give it a whole new hypnotic twist that again will work fantastically well on the dancefloor.
Well done Lowbit for saving the best for last with both ‘Glitter’ remix packages – Part 1 is climbing up the Beatport charts as we speak and had a big featured banner on Beatport last week too, further proof as if it were needed that this is essential listening!