Best known for their globally lauded mix series – DJ Kicks have also maintained a tradition of syphoning off 12”s of tracks originally premiered within the mix series and then packaging them up with remixes hand-selected by the artists.
The next K7 cherry-picked track comes from Seth Troxler and Tom Trago's new production guise ‘T&T Music Factory’, De Natte Cel. Originally featured on Seth's addition to the DJ Kicks mix back in October 2015, De Natte Cel is supposedly inspired by the closing ceremony of legendary Amsterdam club Trouw – taking its name from the building’s origins as a printing house translating as ‘Wet Cell’ – a room in which employees would use to wash the ink from themselves post work.
Streaming exclusively below, the weighty remix package for De Natte Cel features re-purposing from Norse producer and Full Pupp owner Prins Thomas who blows some warm balearic air into the release with his slow-to-start 'Diskomiks', which gradually builds into a steaming hot, sun-kissed joint that you could imagine hearing by the ocean with a frozen marg in hand (with pinky finger crooked out, of course). Affiliate of respected Amsterdam store Rush Hour, Maxi Mill, rounds off the record with a more dancefloor ready version which comes with a dose of pizzazz and non-stop, popping percussion.
Listen to the original and both remixes below, and we can assure you, there will be no disappointment.