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Kayper Feat. Jonny Winston – What You Say [Eton Messy Records]

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Having launched its record label arm back in 2014, Eton Messy Records drew 2015 to a close by welcoming Kayper back to the label with her latest single, ’What You Say’ – a track which has now been remixed by producers on-the-rise Kideko & Mediate.

A follow-up to the June release of ’Terminal’ – which received wide support from Monki, Pete Tong and Annie Nightingale – the original mix built on Kayper’s taste for positively nostalgic, feel-good house music, accompanied by the smooth vocals of previous collaborator Jonny Winston.

The two new mixes, successfully road-tested by Eton Messy over the course of their recent UK tour, give ‘What You Say’ new dimensions for the club, with Kideko – a producer who oversaw debut chart single, ‘The Jam’, last year – a real standout name to have onboard.

Kideko & Mediate’s ‘What You Say’ Remixes are out now via Eton Messy Records.

www.kayper.co.uk/
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