Blamma! Blamma! feat. Kristina Train – Zsa Zsa (Eelke Kleijn Filtermix)

Wed 11 June 2014

Blamma! Blamma! got so much positive feedback about the original version of ‘Zsa Zsa’ it was overwhelming. But they kept hearing the same point from a lot of DJs: even though they loved the track, the low tempo meant it was hard to play it out. So the guys decided to retool the song with the dancefloor firmly in mind while still maintaining the essence of the original. To quote Nick & Finn of Blamma! Blamma! on the rework: “We hope this version will be more DJ friendly and move your behind as well as your mind.”

One of the DJs and producers who fell immediately in love with the original was Eelke Kleijn, who has been on fire for quite some time now. Following his superb ‘Lovely Sweet Divine / A Tale Of Two Lovers’ EP on Eskimo and the deep and dark After The After Remix of ‘Zsa Zsa’ that was released in January, he now turns things around and presents you this brand new Filter Mix of ‘Zsa Zsa’. Eelke Kleijn himself calls it “an ode to the heyday of filter house”, so the name of the remix couldn’t be more appropriate.

Blamma! Blamma! got so much positive feedback about the original version of ‘Zsa Zsa’ it was overwhelming. But they kept hearing the same point from a lot of DJs: even though they loved the track, the low tempo meant it was hard to play it out. So the guys decided to retool the song with the dancefloor firmly in mind while still maintaining the essence of the original. To quote Nick & Finn of Blamma! Blamma! on the rework: “We hope this version will be more DJ friendly and move your behind as well as your mind.”

One of the DJs and producers who fell immediately in love with the original was Eelke Kleijn, who has been on fire for quite some time now. Following his superb ‘Lovely Sweet Divine / A Tale Of Two Lovers’ EP on Eskimo and the deep and dark After The After Remix of ‘Zsa Zsa’ that was released in January, he now turns things around and presents you this brand new Filter Mix of ‘Zsa Zsa’. Eelke Kleijn himself calls it “an ode to the heyday of filter house”, so the name of the remix couldn’t be more appropriate.