Young Romantic Releases ‘Move (Time To Get Loose) Remixes’
Young Romantic has now unleashed the official remix package for his ever-popular debut single ‘Move (Time To Get Loose)’, a rework of Carmen’s 1984 classic, which has been heavily supported by Pete Tong on BBC Radio1. Now, the ‘Move (Time To Get Loose) Remixes’ package offers a variety of eclectic offerings.
Starting with Krystal Klear, hot off the back of his summer smash ‘Neutron Dance’ favouring a vibrant, bass-heavy flavour to his edit; whilst Joe Stone – famed for his huge hit ‘The Party (How We Do It)’(28 million Spotify streams) – offers a rich dancefloor-ready feel to his own rework of the track. Packed with the warm grooves of Elliot Adamson, the package is rounded off by Star.One’s interpretation, which favours an old-skool garage feel, topped with fast-paced lyrical wit.
With Young Romantic’s original receiving support from the likes of Denis Sulta & Patrick Topping, ‘Move (Time To Get Loose)’ has already amassed over 3 million global streams since release. The summer smash has also been the subject of widespread radio support, amassing over 50 spins on BBC Radio 1, with Annie Mac christening the production as her ‘Hottest Record In The World’.
With further heavy support Danny Howard and legendary DJ Pete Tong, ‘Move (Time To Get Loose)’ is proving its place as another dance classic from Positiva Records, who have been busy celebrating their 25th anniversary this year with a series of special events – including a takeover of Ibiza’s legendary Cafe Mambo.