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Jeremy Glenn – Wait For The Night

Canada’s (‘Canada, huh? Almost made it…’) Jeremy Glenn has released some snippets of his new EP, which is out on wax and digital at various points in the next month. ‘Wait For The Night’, the title track, features a dark vocal and throbbing bass line that is deeply infectious.

We’re also treated to a remix from J. Wiltshire – who served this beauty up last year – which is as urgent as the original.

The B-side features two other Glenn productions; ‘Jump The Fire’ which is a similarly pared back track as the title, and ‘Loving You’ which followers of Jeremy will appreciate as being a more recognisable, lighter sound.

All in all we’re excited about hearing the full version of this in the next few weeks.


A/JUS/TED – A Brighter Light Feat. Jeremy Glenn (Lars Vegas Remix)

Hefty remix here from Lars Vegas, one half of the ever-increasingly popular Detroit Swindle. Tweaking A/JUS/TED’S ‘A Brighter Light’, it features the vocals of Jeremy Glenn and is nothing short of a banger. Check out the original too.

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Mickey feat Jeremy Glenn – Heartstrings

Belgian producer Mickey is back with new single ‘Heartstrings’, featuring the vocals of Canadian Jeremy Glenn. Vibes-a-plenty on this one, preview the whole EP here. Jimmy’s soulful vocals have been relentlessly thrown about HD HQ recently, he featured on Mario Basanov’s groove-filled ‘More For The Less’. Have a peak at the vid:


Mario Basanov feat. Jeremy Glenn – More For The Less

This track ‘More For The Less’ seems to perfectly blend Lithuanian producer Mario Basanov’s deep house and the soulful vocals of Canadian Jeremy Glenn – it’s smooth, catchy and wonderfully understated. It’s out on Apersonal Music on February 18th along with Basanov’s ‘Dub Version’ below.

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Clubfeet – This Time (Jeremy Glenn Remix)

Melbourne five-piece Clubfeet seem to be causing some hype down under for creating easy-on-the-ear electro pop. They’re currently working on a full length album whilst producer Victor Van Vugt tweaks the buttons. To give you an idea of the kind of thing we’re talking about, he’s previously worked with The Knocks and Depeche Mode. While we wait for this release, they’ve released a double A-side entitled ‘City Of Light’ / ‘This Time’.

Taken from this and working from another side of the world, Canadian based Jeremy Glenn has decided to remix ‘This Time’. If, like us, you have been enduring the rain-sodden misery of London in June, you may want to sit back, relax, and feast your ears on this slow-burning sunny delight.

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London Grammar – Hey Now (Tensnake Remix)

Tensnake’s heavy on the commission front of late.

We featured his darn right gloomy (but still ace) remix of Psychemagik’s appropriately-named ‘Black Noir Schwarz’ a week ago. This being just a matter of days after he’d got his grubby mitts on one of the stand-outs of the year so far, Duke Dumont’s superlative ‘I Got U’. The man’s in fine form and still managing to churn them out – so much so we can’t keep up. Here’s his equally impressive remix of ‘Hey Now’ by now-old Turks, London Grammar:

Creating an 80s-influenced sound, he’s added a healthy amount of bump ‘n grind to the tune, transforming it into a dancefloor-ready bop that still stays true to Hannah Reid’s impressive lung power. The remix is out 16th March, get your dibs on it here.

However if we were going to recommend you splitting ways with your hard-earned cash in the near future, we’d have to point you in the direction of the highly-anticipated debut album from Tensnake. About time, right? The album’s called ‘Glow’ and it’s out on Monday 10th March, via Virgin Records.

He’s uploaded a minimix to whet the appetite, and that it surely does. There’s a lot going on but it sounds like it’s full to the brim with noteworthy tunes (Jeremy Glenn’s vocal midway through sounds particularly good). ‘Glow’ is bound to follow in the footsteps of ‘Settle’ and take the more electronically-inclined to the Top of the Pops. Pre-order your especially-signed copy here.

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Ghostpoet – Cold Win (Lorca remix)

London and Brighton’s Lorca has done a top job with the remix of ‘Cold Win’ by Ghostpoet. Found on the B-side as part of the original release that came out on August 26th, you can track it down on iTunes (and probably other online music vending portals). We came across it because HD fave Midland casually claimed it was probably the remix of the year. As you well know, we’re not ones for hyperbole (!) or favouritism (wait for our annual ‘Top 10’ for that), and it’s very difficult to choose THE BEST, especially when you consider this, this and this…and then of course there’s this. All of those could be seen as contenders, plus a shed load more, but we’re not going to go tête à tête with a man who has provided us with so many great moments himself this year. So, we’ll leave it for you to decide where it ranks. What is clear is that Lorca has killed it, following up on last year’s refix of the Bixel BoysLove Like This’ which brought him to the forefront of people’s minds, after his early work earned him praise from various top producers. We hope you enjoy the atmospheric ‘Cold Win’ as much as we and Midland did.

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