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|1.||"Houdini" (DJ Skull remix) (6:33)|
|2.||"Serendipity" (Sebo K remix) (6:08)|
|1.||"Serendipity" (MP remix) (7:29)|
|2.||"Waiting 4 Visa" (Bergqvist remix) (5:24)|
Parisian house hero D'Julz (real name Julien Veniel) is a veteran producer, whose recording and DJing career has spanned over 20 years. He originally released the Houdini EP via his Bass Culture imprint back in 2015 and it enjoyed moderate success - but he's now determined that the time is right for the remix package: better late than never! We must say it was worth the wait. Windy City ghetto house icon DJ Skull is still at it. But he's certainly not as bangin' these days, as he was in the '90s - when he had seminal releases on DJax Up Beats and Relief Records. His rendition of the track is a sexy and slinky tech house cut, geared for the late night with sleek rhythms and lush hypnotic chords. The Mobilee affiliated Sebo K out of Berlin steps up to the challenge also, delivering a nice remix of "Serendipity". Likewise, forget the bubbly mid-noughties minimal techno that he first made his name with: his remix goes for a more classic Stateside sound, packed full of boompty bass and swing fuelled rhythms. Finally, Swedish deep house expert Henrik Bergqvist delivers some dusty, low slung acid on his rendition of "Waiting 4 Visa".
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