“GONE MISSING” FEAT. BB DIAMOND REMIXES PART 1:
THE HIM // GREGOR SALTO
Out Now Via Ultra Records
Listen To The Him Remix HERE
Listen To The Gregor Salto Remix HERE
“Opening in a synth haze, BB Diamond’s piercing vocals give way to house-aligned production that comes laced with vivid colour”
“Some of you may still be sleeping on Shift K3Y, so allow me to enlighten you. This young London-based producer has been making waves with upbeat, funky remixes and layered, complex instrumentals–riding the UKG revival that we’ve all come to obsess over.”
“[The Him]’s remix of “Gone Missing” has a bigger build than the original, and draws heavily on a piano-fueled chord progression for an acoustic/future house hybrid that’s sure to impress house fans of all shapes and sizes.”
Earlier this month, producer, singer, DJ, and instrumentalist Shift K3Y returned with his brand new release “Gone Missing,” a UK garage heater that showcases the artist’s thriving talent and remarkable ability to stretch his versatility across a range of genres. “Gone Missing” also marks a buzzworthy team up with songstress BB Diamond, a performer who has spent the last year on tour as a backing vocalist for Jess Glynne, Katy B, and Ella Henderson, and who is also being developed under Turn First Management alongside Rita Ora and Ellie Goulding.
Now with the single riding the viral waves, Shift K3Y has invited producers The Him and Gregor Salto to jump on board with their own interpretation of the track on the “Gone Missing” official remix pack. The variation in production styles will find a welcome home with dance music fans across the spectrum. Veteran producer Salto throws a hyperactive two-step spin on the single that proves ideal for club play, while The Him flex their euro house sound on the track and transform the single into a peak hour pick. While Salto and The Him have infused the single with a new breath, stay tuned for part two of the remix soon to come on Ultra Music.
Speaking on “Gone Missing,” Lewis states:
“Words can’t really describe how excited I am for this release, its been the longest in the making out of all my tracks so far. The journey that this track has taken, and everything that has been thrown at it, and its still standing in time for release. To me this is what I would consider a new school take on a very familiar UKG sound.”