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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

Kenny Hectyc & Katie Holmes-Smith Drop MASSIVE Remix Pack for ‘All This Time’

It was only a couple of short months ago that we featured one of my personal favorite House releases of the year.  UK don Kenny Hectyc unleashed his tune, “All This Time“, featuring singer/songwriter/vocal coach Katie Holmes-Smith, and instantly heated up the summer.  Classic, melodic, vocal House vibes oozed from the track, creating a timeless and undeniable jam.  Uplifting, groovy and all around banging, “All This Time“, has been a staple in my No One’s Watching playlist ever since.

Co-written by another RockDafuqOut fav, Kelli-Leigh, whom you may know from hits like Duke Dumont, “I Got U“, and SecondCity‘s, “I Wanna Feel“, Kenny and Katie delivered a massive tune built for the dance floor.  Adding to the hype around the release, Kenny Hectyc has just unleashed a MASSIVE remix pack, helping the release to cross genres and reach new audiences far and wide.  The new 5-pack is a necessity for any DJ looking for new heat to drop this weekend.

UK producer Push3r unleashes a stellar mix that brings everything a fan of UK House may want.  Beautiful piano, booming basslines and pumping drums all built around the stunning vocals from Katie Holmes-Smith.  Keeping the arrangement in line with the original, Push3r puts his own personal touch on the release, taking things one step deeper.

Budding duo Radio Smash take the release and add a massive Big Room feel.  Bright synth basslines, huge builds and an unstoppable drop transform the release into the most festival friendly mix on the pack.  

Midnight City (UK) opt for a more chill, laid back groove.  With a bit of a Nu Disco feel, they turn the tune into a smooth, Ibiza ready jam relying on rich string pads and a funky bassline to keep the track driving from beginning to end.

NYC‘s fast rising duo Espinal & Nova take the release and flip it on its head.  Creating a mix that they know will work with their expanding tech audience, they build more of an extended dub mix that relies on minimal vocals and driving production to create a head pounding jam.

Rounding out the pack is Helsinki producer Lionis who speeds things up a bit and adds a whole lot of bounce.  A driving, bubbly bassline and huge synths build beneath the vocals leading into a short breather before breaking out into an energetic drop.

As if this release couldn’t have gotten more bomb.  Make sure you peep all of these mixes.

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