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B. Rich – Make Me Dance EP Remixed


Party Like Us Records just released a remix EP of B. Rich’s “Make Me Dance EP”. This is a massive collection of remixes aimed straight for the dancefloor. Manchester’s Heavyfeet take a dark, shuffly approach to the title track turning it into a headbanger with nice breaks sprinkled throughout. Dim Mak’s Autoerotique flip it big room style with really cool UK Funky influenced percussion that builds into a bass heavy frenzy. Newcomer J. Rabbit pretty much blew our minds with the production on his super dancefloor friendly dubstep remix that has a little breaks section in the middle. Squire of Gothos took no prisoners bringing their signature neo-rave sound to “It’ll Be Alright”, completely twisted. In the weird tradition of B. Rich remixes I’ve done I went out of my element again on “Bump”, this time going for a bouncy techno vibe. Hear all the previews at Beatport.

Free 320kbps MP3s:

B. Rich – “Make Me Dance” feat Reese (J. Rabbit Remix)
B. Rich – “It’ll Be Alright” feat Domonique (Squire of Gothos Remix)

Please support the artists and label by buying the EP if you like it:
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  1. Rex
    12:02 pm on November 26th, 2009

    thank you!

  2. Ross Bailey
    2:32 pm on November 26th, 2009

    Fresh! Keep it BANGIN

  3. Neoteric
    7:03 pm on November 26th, 2009

    Autoerotique Remix featured on the Mystery Mix:

    biiiig choooon!

    3:11 am on November 27th, 2009

    Both remixes are great, but the Squire of Gothos remix really surprised me.

  5. .rar Kelly
    3:50 pm on November 27th, 2009

    THAT SQUIRE OF GOTHOS IS MASSIVE!!! To all the U.S. Promoters, Squire of Gothos are coming to the States in January 2010. If interested in booking the Squires on their first US tour, please contact Teddy at Subdivision Management (

    Check out their promo mix for this US Tour:

  6. Matthew
    4:03 am on December 1st, 2009

    Would be remiss not to mention the banging remixes from the contest held earlier this fall:

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