Luke Million's Five Favourite Remixes

Luke Million's Five Favourite Remixes

He's just dropped a very fresh one of his own, for Duke Dumont's Inhale feat. Ebenezer.

After his single Inhale feat. Ebenezer once again slayed dancefloors and radiowaves last year, Duke Dumont has been busy dropping a couple of remix packs for it, and the latest is a winner. Alongside the likes of TCTS, MXXWLL, Moon Willis, The Tribe of Good and Tom & Collins, disco deviant Luke Million has worked his magic on what the man behind the original calls one of his favourite takes.

To mark the occasion, we asked Luke Million for a few of his own favourite remixes, and boy there's some heat down below:

SCOTT GROOVES - Mothership Reconnection (Daft Punk Remix)

Out of the few remixes that Daft Punk have done, this one is my favourite. It is kind of a remix of a remix and I love how they mess with the beat before finally dropping some dancefloor gold.

FRIENDLY FIRES - Paris feat. Au Revoir Simone (Aeroplane Remix)

Aeroplane took the original from Dance-Rock into the world of Nu Disco and even replaced the original vocals making it almost a 'cover' version. End result is the perfect summer pool party vibe.

MARIAH CAREY - Fantasy (Ol’ Dirty Bastard Remix)

This one is a bit of a guilty pleasure for me. Always puts me in a happy place.

TENSNAKE - Coma Cat (Round Table Knights Remix)

The way this rolls along and builds is amazing. It's a deeper take on the original but it punches hard as on a club system.

HAYDEN JAMES - Something About You (Odesza Remix)

I love how they use the original unprocessed vocal and that first drop is sublime. The vibes are at an all time high.

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