Afterlife

Give It Up

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Record Label
Subatomic UK

About this item

When thinking Balearic, there is a name that should strike you right away. No, not Ibiza itself, but the man responsible for producing and curating some of the lushest sunset music the White Island has ever heard - Steve Miller, perhaps most commonly known as Afterlife.

Making a name for himself in the early 2000's by playing monumental events such as Glastonbury, headlining Cafe Del Mar's 20th anniversary party and reaching the top of the UK charts by remixing Another Chance from Roger Sanchez, he's managed a consistency unlike many others in the decade and a half since.

Releasing standout classic albums such as "Simplicity Two Thousand" and "Speck of Gold", his music has been released on the premiere labels of the time, such as Hed Kandi and Defected, while also being featured on numerous compilations to date.

Not only is he a master of his craft, but he's also managed to attract some of the best in the business to work with him, namely K-Klass, Jose Padilla, Chris Coco and an almost inconceivable amount of others.

Lately, Steve has shifted his output to his own record label, Subatomic UK, averaging an album release every two years over the past six years.

This time Steve looks to build a bridge to the dance floor, with a pair of remixes released on a 12" with one of the lead singles ahead of the album.

‘Give It Up' gets the treatment from two of the underground's current finest. WOLF Music's Medlar changes up the percussion and gives it a more tropical flare, all the while using the main arpeggiated elements of the original, adding his own airy synth work and groovy bassline that's just bound to set dancefloors on fire.

The second rework comes from Futureboogie's mainstay Christophe.

Choosing to work with atmospheric strings and vocals, this version utilizes plenty of the producer's own groovy ingredients. Managing to inject some funk into his take, the bassline and disco toms give it a fresh, playful vibe that pleasantly contrasts the original.

The remix 12" is set to hit shops first as a teaser to the full product in mid -June, with the album following closely behind.

TRACK LISTING

A1 Medlar Mix

A2 Original Mix

B1 Christophe’s Futureboogie Mix

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