KLP's 'Ember' gets new remixes from Elizabeth Rose and Junior Sanchez, plus a VIP

KLP's 'Ember' gets new remixes from Elizabeth Rose and Junior Sanchez, plus a VIP

Plus cop a list of her 10 essential summer 2016 remixes.

Not content to go quietly off into 2016 after a huge year that saw the release of her Ember EP, tours, festivals and more, KLP has today unleashed a couple of new remixes of that release's title track, plus her own VIP. All three takes have pumped up the original's chill, tropical house vibe into something a little more club-ready, but each also bringing something fresh to the table. All three are great, although Elizabeth Rose's took us most by surprise, bringing a bit of old-school electro to proceedings for something a little bit dirty:

"Been a fan of Kristy's work for sometime now and when I heard Ember I knew I wanted to remix it, so I hit her up and got cracking!"

Take a listen to all three below, plus get KLP's 10 essential summer remixes, because tis the season to get silly.

10 ESSENTIAL SUMMER 2016 REMIXES:

Chance The Rapper - All Night (Kaytranada Remix)

Taku & Wafia - Love Somebody (Mr Carmack Remix)

Phantogram - You Don't Get Me High Anymore (Miami Horror Remix)

Pnau - Chameleon (Crookers Remix)

Offiaih - Trouble (Chocolate Puma Remix)

The Weeknd - Starboy (Kygo Remix)

Jax Jones - House Work (Mele Remix)

Empire Of The Sun - High & Low (Hayden James Remix)

Flume - Never Be Like You (Martin Solveig Remix)

Rufus - Innerbloom (What So Not Remix)

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