Hot on the heels of his recent Love Attack EP on Dirt Crew, Steve Mill hits back with the ‘Poor’s Ego EP’ on his own imprint, Simples. Mill digs back into the past to revive this lively deep house cut and hands it over to a broad range of remixers for their versions. Man of the moment, Crackazat, steps up to re-interpret the title cut adding his signature jazzy lines and keys, delivering in the pick of the pack. There’s further remix work by Brabe and Piem, padding things out, with Mill’s own MPC Jam leaving impressive mark on the deep house dancefloor!
Simples is a label created by Steve Mill with a view to simply releasing music that he likes, whether it be his own productions or music from friends. The roster boasts names like Javi Bora, Till Von Sein, Myazisto, Athlete Whippet and more.
Greek-born artist Steve Mill lives between Berlin and Thessaloniki has been in and around the industry for many years as a DJ, producer, and avid digger & collector. Drawing on his cultural roots, Mill conjures up warm melodies and body moving beats. He has released on True Romance, Large Music, Madhouse Records, Dirt Crew and Moodmusic. A mainstay of the underground scene, he worked as a label manager at Kerri Chandler’s Madhouse Records no less. Working these days as Artist Services Manager at Beatport, Mill develops new talents to grow their profile across the electronic music industry.
On this release, Steve Mill steps out with his ‘Poor’s Ego EP’ that is stacked to the max with remixes by Crackazat, Barcelona’s Piem, and Brabe. Bristolian Ben Jacobs aka Crackazat opens with his version of the title cut, cleverly crafting his own jazz sample, combining it with the original vox and chords resulting a rolling dusty house groove.
Piem delivers a bass-heavy, tech house version where he uses the vocals as the stabs to make this more of a peak time choice. Brabe’s remix is for the warm-up hours. You’ll witness more clever use of the vocal lines here, Brabe adding his own pads to cosy up and surround the original composition.
On Steve Mill’s MPC Jam we see the label head flip the title cut, working a more musical affair this time where piano chords create a feel-good vibe reminding us of the long hot summer that’s just past. This collection closes out with the Original Mix where Mill’s distinctive sound – full melodies, loads of warmth, and lashings of feel-good vibes – is on full display.
You can now listen to the full premiere of Crackazat’s remix exclusively on When We Dip. Enjoy!
Release Date: November 25th, 2022. Buy Here