The renewed Danish DJ, producer, and label owner, Rune Reilly Kölsch, is back with a new remix for ‘My Love’ by Frenchman Martin Solveig.
Kölsch remix of ‘My Love’ remix sounds a bit as a homage to the legendary Frech duo Daft Punk and to the era of rising of french electro-disco house to the worldwide dance floors and radio stations.
Danish maestro revisited Martin Solveig single ‘My Love’ delivering a very catchy and electro-disco remix.
That said, this remix is built upon a very catchy, electro-disco melody with typical Kölsch strings in the background, accompanied by the original vocals. All together creates very nice old school vibes as we’ve mentioned earlier but in modern rendition. It’s another perfectly executed remix by the Danish maestro.
Kölsch has also released, earlier this year, a collaboration with Tiga called ‘HAL’ on his own imprint IPSO. Both will be present during Amsterdam Dance Event Conference, on Friday, hosting at the ADE University a conference about the pros and cons of starting a label, what they’ve both learned about the joy and pain of being involved with labels over their careers and what labels have to deal with in today’s music industry.
Kölsch will also join the brand new Tomorrowland Winter experience, where 30 000 People of Tomorrow will rave on top of Alpe d’Huez in France at about 2000 meters above the sea level.
Martin Solveig ‘My Love’ in the Kölsch remix is currently out now worldwide and you can easily stream it via Spotify or Youtube below.