The trend seems to show that the rise of any new solo female artist seems to bring with it a slew of remixes. Remember Skream’s take on ‘In For The Kill’? The XX’s rework of Florence, or more recently Breakage’s fantastic rework of Claire Maguire’s ‘Aint Nobody’? But hey, if it gets artists like the latter onto worldwide Renault adverts, surely something in the formula is going right.
And so the latest incarnation in this list is Lapalux’s excellent rework of Lianne La Havas. Regardless of your opinion on her (personally, I wasn’t convinced of the hype around her until I saw her performance from TED, featured below), this remix is hard to disagree with. Lianne’s bluesy and swung vocals are teamed perfectly with a subtle bassline and swinging drums that give the track a great flow and sense of movement, great both for the dancefloor or for the lounge.
Single ‘Lost & Found’, complete with this and other remixes, is available on iTunes here.