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 Rhythm Masters & MYNC Feat. Wynter Gordon - I Feel Love
 

Fresh for Summer 2010, MYNC & Rhythm Masters have joined forces to remix the most memorable dance track in history. Their version of 'I Feel Love' featuring vocals from Wynter Gordon has taken the electronic world by storm. The track is already being championed by some of the UK's biggest radio presenters including Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Steve Smart who named it his 'Weekend Floor Filler'. During this years Miami WMC it was named the Miami Buzz chart number 1, beating off some stellar competition from Faithless and Roger Sanchez.
 
Press Release
 
In what is set to be one of the biggest dance records of Summer 2010, MYNC & Rhythm Masters have joined forces to remix the most memorable dance track in history. Their version of 'I Feel Love' featuring vocals from the superbly talented Wynter Gordon has taken the electronic world by storm. The track is already being championed on the airwaves by some of the UK's biggest radio presenters including Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Steve Smart at Kiss 100; who named it his 'Weekend Floor Filler'. During this years Maimi Winter Music Conference it was named the Miami Buzz chart number 1, beating off some stellar competition from Faithless and Roger Sanchez.

Rhythm Masters are no strangers to success, they catapulted to fame during the early 90's and were recognised as production and remix kings. In 1996 their remix of Todd Terry's' Jumpin' firmly established them as one of the top remix teams in the world. Not only was this single a huge world wide hit and the No.1 UK Club Record for that year - they also set a trend for banging garage beats, time-stretched vocals, phat b-lines and production techniques which were previously only found in Hip Hop and Jungle records. In January 1997 Record Mirror/Music Week rated them as the No.1 remix team of 1996. In '97 they managed to produce no less than 20 remixes including high profile artists such as Michael Jackson and Jocelyn Brown. Success continued for the Rhythm Masters working on remixes and their own productions all to a rapturous reception, and in 1999 they were once again recognised as one of the top 10 remix production teams (Music Week No.2).
10 years later, Rhythm Masters are back with a bang, remixing the way they used to, and there is already a buzz of how amazing this return will be!

MYNC are no strangers to the house scene either. The act's front man, CR2 head honcho Mark Brown (who tasted chart success in 2009 with his production 'The Journey Continues' featuring vocals from Sarah Cracknell) thought it time to bring back the brand, known for championing new sounds combined with mesmerising technical wizardry, to the forefront of the dance scene and enlisted some of the CR2 family along the way. Last summer MYNC returned by mixing the widely acclaimed Space Ibiza album, and then going on to produce 'Boogers' with American house legends Harry 'Choo Choo' Romero & Jose Nunez. Recent remixes from MYNC have also included an awesome take on the Faithless track 'Sun To Me', the only remix the band chose to include on their recent new album.

MYNC & Rhythm Masters 'I Feel Love' is a seminal dance track created and ready for any main room set and now set to explode across the airwaves this summer. Wynter Gordon's chillingly beautiful vocal adds depth to the already momentous production; With support already in from Carl Cox who is undeniably one of the biggest dance music legends, and Sven Vath 'I Feel Love' can cross the boundaries of any listener's ears! New mixes set to drop across clubland in June include the Circus Parade remix (3 plays from Annie Mac BBC Radio 1), and new dance star Avicii who delivers a peak time club anthem.

 
Biography
 
She's not your everyday girl on the scene. With a wealth of real-life experiences as her muse and an unforgettable voice as her means, up-and-coming singer/songwriter Wynter is a formidable new talent. Having penned hits for artists like Mary J. Blige and Danity Kane, she's ready for her turn to step into the starring role.

The sound of her debut album an innovative pop hybrid that drops full-throttle onto the dance floor is warmed by an unexpected dose of sincerity. Inspired by her tumultuous early years, Wynter's lyrics invite a deep connection. With her first single 'Surveillance' tearing up the clubs and generating feverish requests on radio stations like Hot 97 in New York, she's already in the spotlight. She's also featured on the new Flo Rida single 'Sugar' off his hotly anticipated new album R.O.O.T.S. It's gonna be a hot Wynter this year.

'I grew up in South Jamaica Queens, in a two-room house with my mother and six brothers and sisters,' Wynter describes. Her childhood was difficult, shaped by poverty and an abusive and largely absent father. 'My only escape was art,' she remembers. Wynter discovered her talent for singing and dance at an early age. As a teenager, she was accepted to the famous LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts (known as the Fame school). There she was nurtured in a welcoming and non-judgemental environment. 'You could really be yourself and focus on your talent,' remembers Wynter. She also enjoyed opportunities such as performing at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Centre, and the World Trade Centre 911 Memorial.

After high school, when most of her peers were off to college, Wynter threw herself fully into realising her music dreams, even as she dealt with surviving on her own for the first time. She juggled several jobs while working in the studio at night. It was some time before she landed her first big break: penning 'The Breakthrough' for Mary J. Blige. The legendary singer was so moved by the song, she named her 2005 album after it, a vote of confidence that Wynter still remembers with awe. 'My whole life, I've been the underdog, and it's just magic.'

Still, as Wynter readies to release her debut, she's remarkably relaxed about sharing her story with the world. Many of the songs on the album feature lyrics that reveal the struggles Wynter viewed firsthand growing up, both in her community and in her own life. 'I want young people to learn from my mistakes,' she explains. 'Anybody who is in the spotlight is a potential role model. Somebody might have come from where I've come from, and they should know that there is something better. It's hard, but you don't have to give up.'

With that attitude, even the dance hits on her upcoming album reveal themselves as something deeper with one listen to Wynter's lyrics. She's collaborated extensively with producer D'Mile, and together the pair has crafted an energetic, sexy sound, while also creating a space for Wynter to delve into some of the tougher questions in life. Often, inspiration will come directly from a real-life experience, or a conversation in the studio will transform into a song.

'Wynter always has input in all her songs,' says D'mile. 'She is one of the few people who writes and arranges her own material.' He adds, 'She is a strong girl who can overcome obstacles in her life, whether it's personal or within the industry. She has confidence in everything she does.'

The collection of songs on the album has contributed to a refreshingly modern sound. A sassy, hard-hitting dance track will meld into a confident, soaring ballad, together revealing the many sides to one young woman's story. All the while, Wynter's honeyed vocals fearlessly delve into everything from heartache to the artist's struggle. 'I don't want to be just another pretty singer,' says Wynter. 'I want people to see me as a human being who has been through things just like everyone else. I'm still searching.'

Fierce, vibrant, and free, Wynter is an artist who has been through a lot at a remarkably young age, and is willing to tell the tale. 'Music is my only release,' says Wynter. 'A lot of my songs are so personal, but it's exactly what I want to say.' Poised to open up to the world, she reveals the true motivation behind her brave, outspoken lyrics:

'Music is my passion and my life, but it is also a door to do something else. It is an opportunity to raise awareness and actually help people, and that's where I want to go.'

 
 
 
Rhythm Masters & MYNC Feat. Wynter Gordon
I Feel Love
CR2 Recordings
Download available: 23rd August 2010
CD released: 23rd August 2010
 
Available Mixes (Download and CD)
Radio Edit
Original Club Mix
Club Mix
Circus Parade Edit
Avicii's Forgotten Remix
Hugo's Bad Girls Need Love Too Remix
Goodwill & Hook N Sling Remix
 
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