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The Angels (IL) collaborate with Shrii on a new cover of Nina Simone’s classic Feeling Good
Two Latin-American acts feature as remixers in the form of PAUZA and Band&Dos.
The original will be released standalone on 13th May, ahead of the full package 29th May.
Israeli production duo The Angels will make their return to House Music With Love next month, teaming up with esteemed Indian vocalist Shrii on Feeling Good. The three-track release includes two remixes courtesy of Cuban electronic music pairing PAUZA and Venezuelan act Band&Dos, each of whom have scored a Top 10 afro house charting in recent times.
The original sets the mood, taking the form of a softly-building slice of organic house. Shrii’s incandescent vocals create fertile ground for a mid-track breakdown, before we’re graced with a swinging bassline to see us through to the end. PAUZA’s remix comes next, packed full of tribal-inspired percussion and shimmering hats that create a true hispanic party atmosphere, whilst Band&Dos bring things to a similarly ebullient close with another peak-time latin house re-work.
Tel Aviv-based couple The Angels are fast-becoming an established presence on the temporary dance music circuit. Their releases have been supported by some of the scene’s true heavy-hitters, from Black Coffee and Solomun to Roger Sanchez and Marco Carola, gaining over 1MN digital streams in the process and topping Beatport’s Afro House chart in over ten countries worldwide.