The Luxury Music from the High Fashion Show
After nearly two years, the stylish vibe of Catwalk Glamour has returned to greet avid fans. Sticking to its hallmark mix of genres, the 2CD collection spans a musical scope covering genres such as nu jazz, downtempo, deep house, and neo soul, bringing to you the must-hear gems of 2014. CD1 begins with German new jazz group Club Des Belugas' remix of The Secret by Mister T & Jean Honeymoon; following that, delight in English singer Harleighblu's Casanova and Enough Now, both representing a pursuit of Amy Winehouse's sultry sentiments; admire the bistro-like tranquility of Fly Away by 4 To The Bar Feat. Miriam Skroban; experience the dense blurry melody of LA singer Karen Gibson Roc's Painted Room; enjoy the moving, breeze-like elegance and romance of Vienna downtempo duo Tosca's What If.
CD1 ends with Chrisk Malinchak's deep house mix of the Adele hit So Good To Me, but the catwalk continues in CD2 with Deetron's techno beats and Ben Westbeech's soulful voice, which fuses seamlessly together in Falling; next up are UK garage guru Wookie and pop diva Eliza Doolittle's The Hype (Wideboys Club Mix); trip hop group Moloko's 1999 global hit Sing It Back (Boris Musical Mix); Barbara Tucker and Shawn Christopher's respective renditions of the classic house anthems Beautiful People (Underground Network Mix) and Don't Lose The Magic (David Morales Classic Mix); house guru Kaskade's new mixes Why Ask Why and Missing You; Sapphire (Beckwith Remix) and Every Breath Is Like A Heartbeat (Myon & Shane 54 Summer Love Mix), two remixes not included in the album of the sensational Late Night Alumni, which had recently won the hearts of listeners at Taipei's Neo Studio.