German producer Gerd Janson has delivered his soulful rework of ‘Sounds Good To Me’ – the fresh pop hit from Hanne Mjøen – adding a sprinkling of his rhythmic house magic to the melodic production.
Blessing ‘Sounds Good To Me’ with a disco-infused feel, Gerd’s remix relies on silky chords and an irresistible breakdown. Having launched his own label Running Back with Thorsten Scheu, Gerd Janson is widely credited with the rise of jungle music in his homeland, after a long-term residency at Mannheim’s legendary Milk Club. Switching to more slick, house-led beats in recent times, Gerd’s remix follows Paul Woolford’s recent interpretation of the same track.
With Hanne Mjøen’s sticky pop original already amassing over 2 million Spotify streams since release and being featured as Annie Mac’s ‘New Name’ on BBC Radio 1, Gerd’s remix follows his recent set atPrintworks London, with another busy touring schedule lined up across the course of this coming winter.
Playing sets at the likes of Apollo Club Milan, and De School in Amsterdam, Gerd has already been confirmed as one of the key names playing Annie Mac’s Lost & Found Festival in Malta next year.
Gerd Janson delivers fresh disco-flavoured remix of
Hanne Mjøen’s ‘Sounds Good To Me’
Hanne Mjøen – ‘Sounds Good To Me’
(Gerd Janson remix)
via Spinnin’ Deep