August 9, 2010 by DJ Elroy
Got my paws on this EP over the weekend and fell in love… House music all the way on this. Neighbour RMX is my pick, but the Original is strong and Jay-J’s works bring a different flavor to the release… Pure groovin’ house, paino, guitars, a funky vibe and catchy vocals. Win!
After successful releases on major dance labels including Salted and Drop Music, Joshua Heath proudly presents the first release from his new label – Golden State Recordings. “Copacetic” is the inaugural release by the boss himself. Featuring all the elements fans love about Heath’s Chuggin’ sound, this production features a groovy live bass line, well placed synths, funky guitar riffs and a catchy vocal hook. The track also features the debut performance by LA lyricist, Louis Hale. With remixes by Jay-J & Neighbour, this package appeals to all dance music fans. First up, Grammy® nominee Jay-J reworks the track in a minor mode with suspenseful changes in the Hammond b3 organ. With heavy drums, techy rhythmic elements and a deep, bouncing bass line, this remix sets the perfect dark & big room vibe. Rounding out the package is Canadian producer, Matt Dauncey’s (aka Neighbour) sexy, smooth and deep revision of Heath’s Original Mix. A funky rework of the bass line and intricate synth arrangement, coupled with a hint of grit, makes this mix a sure bet to heat up dance floors worldwide.