Italian label Dirty House Music announces 2 massive remixes, provided by DJ Maurice Noah, of R-Type’s electro house 2007 track ‘My Favourite Thing’:
Maurice Noah electroteen remix (Right click / Save As to download the mp3 preview)
This remix puts a great upbeat slant on the track.
Maurice Noah outpost31 remix (Right click / Save As to download the mp3 preview)
Deep and rolling with a very beautiful break! And… is the name of the remix a subtle reference to John Carpenter’s film ‘The thing’?
The new release is available since today on Beatport, Trackitdown, Juno, Audiojelly and other mp3 distributors.
You can also download a special mp3 promo from the label’s Myspace site.
Some information about the remixer, Maurice Noah, from Dirty House Music site:
“In 1994, at sixteen, Maurice produced under the disguise of Niki-X the single Slip and Slide with Dj Karma for Back-up records, that became the signature track for DJ Rikkee Young and his ‘Zone night’ in Blackpool. Ten years later the infamous Slip and Slide original vinyl has been valued at 850 pounds and it is considered a miliary stone in the italo dance category. 11 year later, in 2005, the repressed vinyl sold over 5,000 copies in the UK territory alone.
Noah, thanks to his gifted ears, has also created Spacenoah, a project that reached the top in the French charts in 2001 with the track Rainbow.
In 2002, Spacenoah’s hit single Moonlight queen reached number 32 in the official club chart monitored by Yacast, with heavy support by national radio stations such as Fun radio and Nrj, and been included in IBIZA WORLD TOUR 2, the compilation of the legendary Space club in Ibiza.
Again in Ibiza, in the same year Spacenoah and WarpKidz – Mistral became an anthem in the Techno Club nights mastered by superstar dj TALLA XLC that also selected the track for the homonymic compilation (Techno Club Vol.14).
In 2005, another hit of his, Afrolamba – Noite Linda, was included in the Fiat Playa compilation (born from the collaboration beween the Italian car company and SELF distribution) and used as the soundtrack for the TV advertising of Max, a popular Italian magazine.
The R-Type single 18teen produced by Maurice Noah in 2006, was a tremendous surprise and success reaching the top spot (#1) of the Trackitdown overall sales chart as well as peaking in the electro sales chart of other dance music distributors such as Beatport.
The single has also been included in the High Contrast compilation by holland eminent dj Marcel Woods.”