It’s time now for Jimi Jules’ second installment of exclusives from his recent Watergate Mix compilation and this one is heavily focused on Jules’ collaborations, remixes and edits. Starting off with his collaboration with Jules & Jesaya +4 BPM edit of heavyweights Âme’s 119 BPM, where hefty, pumping low end and slick, rigorous hats set the pace for a brutal but sexy bassline guaranteed to demolish any dance floor at any moment.
Jimi Jules & Domenico Ferrari’s ‘Parkuhr’ follows up with a focus on slick, low slung minimalism as a seemingly simple groove is highlighted with playful vocals, wobbly sonic effects and a real life conversation interjected as the break. Changing gears, Jules takes a dive into the past on his remix of Egopusher’s ‘Flake’ where cinematic storytelling and flickers of Italo Disco seem to blend seamlessly creating a timeless composition that will shine for an eternity to come. For the final cut of the EP, Jimi takes us back to a place we seem to know him best on his remix of Ed Ed & Petja Virikko’s ‘Sundroina feat Jinadu’ where he creates wildly sexy cuts with his signature organic percussion palette, lavish keys and starry eyed vocals.
Label: Watergate Records