After the successful release of the single “Sounds Good to Me” Hanne Mjoen has just released a fresh pack of remixes for the song. Following the recent remixes by Paul Woolford and German producer Gerd Janson, this release has a wide range of different reworks of the song. We see the styles of Hi-Life, Retrovision, and SHAUN all sprinkling their magic over the track.
The first remix to kick off the package is done by Mark Walks and Sam Raines, aka Hi-Life, who bring us the heavy deep-house vibe everyone loves. This style goes perfect with the song because the track already has a bit of deep house sounds influenced in the chorus.
The next remix to hit us is by the French producer Retrovision. This is quite the contrast from the first track. He gives us a funky vibrant disco influenced remix that’s easy to dance to. It’s refreshing to see the change up in style and the possibilities of what these talented producers can do with a song in their own ways.
SHAUN ends this remix trilogy off with the most upbeat version in the release. He uses vibrant chord patterns with a lot of smooth melodic elements to create a bubbly pop-house bop that’s surely to fill the dancefloor.
‘Sounds Good to Me’ has already amassed over 2.8 million Spotify streams since the release. Hanne Mjoen is beginning to form the reputation of a unique style and diverse vocal range. We can be expecting good things from the young artist come 2019 as she continues to dominate the industry.
This extraordinary package of remixes is available on all streaming platforms so don’t wait to give them a listen!