- Hands-in-the-air house for big moments.
- "Feelin' Good," a collaboration on Rekids between Laurent Garnier and the Berlin-based producer Chambray, recalls one of the UK label's biggest records. Released in 2008, "Brooklyn Club Jam," by the US duo Runaway, is a house banger powered by loud, hands-in-the-air piano chords. The same goes for "Feelin' Good," Garnier's first club track in two years. Rolling drums, synth blasts and a twinkly melody add colour, as do several intense crescendos, as if the huge piano line wasn't already enough. It's a classic formula executed well, albeit noisily. When played to big dance floors, it absolutely goes off.
The EP comes backed by two remixes from Rekids boss Radio Slave. The first, a solid rolling techno track, completely switches up the mood. It bares almost no resemblance to the original, swapping the piano for percussive clacks, fizzing snares and gentle pads, which, with a minute to go, bloom into shards of light. The vibe is serious, the energy driving. The second remix has much more about it, with a house-tempo jungle break popping beneath the original piano chords. It's got everything you want with none of the unnecessary extras.
A1 Feelin' Good
B1 Feelin' Good (Radio Slave Remix)
B2 Feelin' Good (Radio Slave Revenge Remix)