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Various Artists
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Heavenly Remixes 5&6
Label
Heavenly Recordings
Catalogue Number
HVNLP192
Release Date
November 25, 2022
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    Heavenly Remixes 5

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    Heavenly Remixes 5 & 6

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Press Release

Heavenly Recording’s final long player release of 2022 is set to close the year on the dancefloor at home or in the clubs. More classic Heavenly remixes on wax and CD formats for your collection. Artwork by Luke Insect.

Released on Friday November 25th, these compilations follow Heavenly Remixes Volume 1 & 2 and Heavenly Remixes Volumes 3 & 4 (Andrew Weatherall Remixes).

There’s been a lot written about how the Heavenly office is almost a living thing. Time and legend have anthropomorphised it into a towering character in the label’s rich history. Although the five-days-a-week workspace is ostensibly just four sturdy walls, a bunch of furniture, a vivid explosion of framed artwork charting a unique and particular journey through the history of music, multiple stacks of records, a bulging fridge and an overworked stereo, the Heavenly office has ended up becoming less a someplace and almost a someone.

The spirit of the office is a restless beast, yet it’s been loyal enough to have faithfully moved (almost) every time the label has relocated. And it’s a spirit that’s been emboldened whenever it has been based in Soho. Whatever the ley lines are that run under that square mile of central London, they seem to electrify the Heavenly office like a National Grid of vibes and volume; strange attractors to the ghosts of Soho’s rock’n’rollers, ravers, reprobates and roués alike who add a spectral joie de vivre to proceedings.

While the Heavenly office itself might be notorious, it’s the music that fills it up in the after hours that truly gives the place life. While the open door has long offered something akin to a welcoming hug for both regular and first time visitors, it’s the always cranked up sound system that’s the equivalent of a mate leaning into you, guiding you through the peaks and troughs of the music. “Hang on, this next one’s amazing… listen to this bit… what do you mean you haven’t heard this version? Turn it up!”

As with any good party, the office soundtrack evolves track by track like selections from an overheating rebellious jukebox. Any average Monday night (the weekend always starts on Monday, right?) might take in music from the label’s artists that’s just pinged the inbox, freshly minted demos that have piqued curiosity, dusty old 7s by long gone heroes or white label 12s with minimal info scratched onto them in felt tip pen. And playing between those tracks, a bunch of secret sounds from the Heavenly vaults; remixes that write a rich, alternate history of Heavenly Recordings.

Since the first Heavenly recording, there have been striking remixes that reframe the original track. These remakes offer a parallel reading of the last four decades of releases; they take the music to places where genres can be pulled inside out before being reassembled for different dancefloors, or for a different state of mind.

It’s a selection of those secret sounds that make up the latest in this series of flawless compilations. Each presents a parallel reading of the Heavenly Recordings story, a version that’s best heard as the light fades and the furniture gets shoved to one side of the room in decent work places the world over.

Track List

Heavenly Remixes 5:

  1. Holiday (Bruise Remix) Confidence Man
  2. Bobbi's Second World (Confidence Man Remix) The Orielles .
  3. All I Want (Ewan Pearson Dub Remix) Out Cold
  4. Iron Warrior (Raf Rundell Dubwise) Revival Season
  5. The Doll (LCY Remix) audiobooks
  6. You Don't Get Me (Urban Takeover Remix) Espiritu
  7. Automatic (Psychemagik Dub Mix) Mildlife
  8. Luxury (Trevor Jackson Reproduction Instrumental) Raf Rundell feat. Man & The Echo
  9. Teeth (Anthony Naples Remix) Working Men's Club
  10. Chilli (Flying Mojito Bros Refrito Edit) 77:78
  11. Hope Is The Last Thing To Die (Daniel Avery Remix) David Holmes feat. Raven Violet

Heavenly Remixes 6:

  1. Like a Motorway (Chemical Brothers Chekhov Warp Vocal Mix) Saint Etienne
  2. It’s Over If We Run Out Of Love (Darren Emerson Huffa Remix) David Holmes feat. Raven Violet
  3. It's Too Late To Go To Bed (Confidence Man Remix) The Parrots
  4. Ploys (Erol Alkan Rework) Working Men’s Club
  5. Blow the Whole Joint Up (Let's Slash the Beats mix) Monkey Mafia
  6. Cultural Criminal (Raf Rundell's Salty Man Dub) Mattiel feat. Raf Rundell
  7. Baby I Wanna Live (Monkey Mafia’s Terminal Mix) Espiritu
  8. LaLaLa It's The Good Life (Herbert’s Vaccine Dub) audiobooks
  9. Luvin U Is Easy (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Remix) Confidence Man
  10. Weatherall’s Weekender (Audrey Is A Little Bit Partial Mix) Flowered Up

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