Following on from the summer release of his sophomore album ‘Hand In Hand’, England’s Stefano Miele – aka the ever-diverse Riva Starr – is currently prepping the release of ‘Club In Hand’, the full remix album of that 14-track offering. Having previously released music on labels like Dirtybird, Defected, Exploited, Get Physical and Snatch to name but a few, the record is set to be out February 10 and will include remixes from the likes of Timo Maas, Uner, Genghis Clan, Santos, In Flagranti, Xinobi and Mixhell, and better yet, we’re proud to have the first exclusive worldwide listen of Uner’s extended remix of ‘Columbine Sept Heures’.
He released his long-awaited debut long-play ‘Tune432’ via Diynamic a few days ago on February 3, and is just about to embark on his album tour – 30 gigs in the next three months – proving exactly why he’s swiftly rising the ranks of the Spanish electronic scene. Effortlessly switching from techno to tech house to real deep house, Uner’s record is outstanding and provides a fitting resemblance to his blissed-out, summery remix of Riva Starr. Set to be out next Monday on Snatch, he combines melodic electric guitar riffs with synth stabs and lovely keyboard chords, all without taking away from the inherent house vibe – he’ll bring the beat back at the perfect point, making a jam perfect for lounging during the day, yet also equally appropriate for the peak-time dancefloor.
This is a sick tune if you give it time – you can check out the Stoney Roads premiere below.