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Kruse & Nuernberg
Let’s Call It A Day Remixes

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  • 1.Leaves Falling feat. Nathalie Claude (Mario Basanov Remix)
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  • 2.For My Life feat. Stee Downes (Wolf + Lamb Remix)
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Here we are with the last chapter of Kruse & Nuernberg’s excellent debut albumĀ  “Let’s Call It A Day”‘.
Released last fall on Lazy Days, the album was cherished by the press and topped the digital sales charts of various genres from Deep House to Nu Disco and Chill Out. Remixers so far came in from such great talents as Spirit Catcher, Shur-I-Kan and Nathan G.

For this special edition, we requested the talent of Mario Basanov, Wolf and Lamb and Label Boss, Fred Everything to remix their favorite track from the album. Mario Basanov has been turning heads lately with his unique blend of well crafted Deep House. Here, he takes the beautiful Leaves Falling featuring Nathalie Claude and makes it his own with an almost Innervisions-esq ambience. Timeless music indeed.

New York’s Wolf + Lamb need no introduction. They’ve been at the forefront of the House Renaissance of the past few years with their unpredictable mix of house, disco in a balearic style. On this remix, they kept the Folk/Pop vibe of the original intact while adding some nice synths and minimal drum arrangement to leave more space for the song to breath. Don’t let the smoothness of the music fool you.

Lastly, Fred Everything comes with his own interpretation of People Like Us, using the original elements to lift the original by adding more drums, keys and effects and extending the previously short nature of this understated song.