JRED Music and Vibe On Records are happy to announce the release of La Toya Jackson “Trouble (La Remixes)”. Originally recorded in the late summer of 1987, “Trouble” remained buried in the record company vault for twenty-five years, until it was dug out for the deluxe edition of La Toya’s You’re Gonna Get Rocked album. Because it was not used by La Toya, producer Steve Harvey passed the track on to newcomer Nia Peeples, who hit the top forty of the Hot 100 with it in 1988, and took it to number one on the Dance/Club Play chart.

Now, nearly thirty years later, La Toya’s original recording has been remixed, revamped and reimagined.

You can pre-order the strictly limited CD single “La Toya Jackson: Trouble (La Remixes)” through this link. The Matt Pop Club Mix and Radio Mix are included.

1. Trouble – Jared Jones Radio Mix
2. Trouble – Matt Pop Radio Mix
3. Trouble – Ranny’s Big Room Edit
4. Trouble – Sweet Team Radio Edit
5. Trouble – Jared Jones Club Mix
6. Trouble – Matt Pop Club Mix
7. Trouble – Ranny’s Big Room Mix
8. Trouble – Sweet Team Mix
9. Trouble – Dr. Brooks Future RetroFunk
10. Trouble – Argonaut Remix

CD-only bonus track:
11. You’re Gonna Get Rocked! Again – Mixed by Steven Jos, Jr.

Audio previews and pre-order: http://tiny.cc/z26g2x
iTunes link: http://tiny.cc/436g2x  trouble_forweb


It seems that UTOPIA may be closer than you think… e.t.a. on Amazon.co.uk is now 11 August; that’s tomorrow! This is promising to be Peter Wilson’s biggest album to date, if the pre-orders on the Energise Recordings website are anything to go by. The album features pop, dance, Italo and NRG-flavoured tracks and the sing-along choruses are everywhere. Contributors include Matt Pop, Pete Hammond, Luke Labarre, Stock &Waterman, A2E, Marco Rochowski, Digimax and Argonaut. http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B012VDWI4YUtopia cover

live to tellOn Facebook, this has already caused quite a stir Have you heard it yet? It is Matt Pop’s At Close Range Mix of the Madonna classic Live To Tell, featuring the Material Girl’s original vocals. This is an unofficial, unreleased mix. https://vimeo.com/134823615

Another Taylor Swift track from her ginormously succesful “1989” album gets the Matt Pop remix treatment. This time, it is I Wish You Would, a track that deals with feeling doubts about ending a tumultuous relationship. A beautifully ambivalent lyric, the album version of the song features a funky guitar riff in the verses and a big, synth brass-filled half-beat chorus. The Matt Pop mix magically transforms the whole track into a tight 4-to-the-floor dancefloor stormer. You can check the mix out (and purchase it in full-quality WAV) here: http://lgt.mx/+94N www2_552853_400x400