REBŪKE UNVEILS BRAND NEW REMIX OF FOOD MUSIC CLASSIC ‘MOVE YOUR BODY’

REBŪKE UNVEILS BRAND NEW REMIX OF FOOD MUSIC CLASSIC ‘MOVE YOUR BODY’

Rumbling rework follows Irish producer’s recent Beatport #1 track ‘Along Came Polly’ & current top 10 ‘The Pipe’

Xpansion – ‘Move Your Body’
(Rebūke Remix)

Out Friday 8th February
Via Food

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Fast-rising DJ & producer Rebūke has delivered his rumbling remix of Xpansion’s ‘Move Your Body’, taken from Shadow Child’ s ‘ Curated By’ series – a selection of classic tracks, remastered and reworked on his own Food Music label.

Set for premiere as part of his debut ‘Hot Mix’ for Pete Tong’s show on BBC Radio 1, Rebūke’s floor-ready rework utilises rolling kickdrums and looped hi-hats to create a slick nu-rave thumper sure to dominate clubs worldwide upon release.

On the release, Rebūke says:

“Remixing ‘Move Your Body’ felt like a natural fit for me and really resonated with what I have been doing on the Rebuke project over the past 6 months. And as a longtime fan of Shadow Child’s it was a great opportunity to work with him.

With previous releases including, the all conquering Beatport #1 ‘Along Came Polly’ (Hot Creations) and the current top ten hit ‘The Pipe’ (Dirtybird), Rebūke’s ‘Food’ debut is part of a new drive from the label, who are set to add a new dimension by bringing a fresh look to these classic remastered tracks with huge heritage, on vinyl and digital.

Fusing elements of house, techno and early 90s rave into his unique productions, Rebūke previously shot to attention with Nic Fanciulli spinning the Irishman’s pulsating anthem ‘Burma Apache’ during his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, later signing the track to his ‘Saved’ imprint.

‘Move Your Body’ remixed by Rebūke is set for release via Food Music on Friday 8th February.

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