Hanne Mjøen unveils eclectic remix package of fresh hit ‘Sounds Good To Me’
Following recent remixes from Paul Woolford and German producer Gerd Janson. Hanne Mjøenhas revealed a range of new reworks of her popular track ‘Sounds Good To Me’, with Hi Life, Retrovision and SHAUN all sprinkling their own magic across a range of dynamic reimaginations. The original version, Paul Woolford and Gerd Janson remix have all been heavily supported by BBC Radio 1 tastemaker Annie Mac.
DJ duo Mark Walks & Sam Raines, aka Hi-Life kicks off the remix package. The pair favour a more deep-house flavour on their own rework; a stark contrast to the vibrant disco-influenced feel from French producer Retrovision.
With the latter recently gaining the support of huge names such as Tiesto, David Guetta, and Oliver Heldens. Who played his track ‘Get Down’ during his Tomorrowland set, the French DJ’s newest hit ‘Get Up’ was signed to Don Diablo’s HEXAGON label.
SHAUN rounds off the remix package, the final offering in this particular trilogy represents the most upbeat. With the producer lacing his version with a range of vibrant chord pattern. Additionally using slick melodic elements to create a bubbly pop-house floorfiller.
With Hanne Mjøen’s sticky pop original already amassing over 2.8 million Spotify streams since release. The vocalist has received widespread acclaim on account of her dynamic vocal range, and unmistakable signature style. Previously featuring on Matisse & Sadko’s ‘Into You’,‘Sounds Good To Me’ represents the start of a meteoric rise for Hanne, who is sure to dominate the industry worldwide heading into 2019 and beyond.