That’s why this time around we want to talk to you about the LP ‘Lucky Sun - Balance (Remixed)’, to be released on December 14, 2022 on Lucky Sun Recordings. The team put together by the label, to take care of the 'restoration' of the original tunes, is very carefully drawn up and presents several producers with different musical characteristics -always a winning factor- but at the same time all the musicians involved manage (possibly without even communicating with each other) to put together a very respectable and extremely fluid remix album. The merit is not only theirs, but also the label’s, which often carries out a complicated and accurate work of inestimable importance, behind the scenes. Sound-wise this eight-track record is a multi-faced work, but presented in an orderly fashion: from the Deep, vaporous vibes of Deep Love (feat. Alison David) remixed by Alvaro Hylander, where the Spanish/Belgium based producer comes across with a stunning fresh version of the original, to the acid touch of Calling You In (feat. Alison David) (Al Bradley’s Broken Acid Dub), a truly magnetic and -at times- seductive adaptation. Rain and Sunshine (feat. Alison David) ‘remixed’ by Sumsuch, a man of multiple talents, carries with it a dense Deep rhythmic aura while the other version of the same track but remixed by Tim Haze has a more Balearic, Ambient approach, which is instrumental to slow down the pace helping the listener to unplug, lay back and put things back where they belong. I feel I should underline how this record really has a sinusoidal trend: it lifts you up, then brings you back down and up again, which is an excellent musical narrative technique to never lose the listener's attention. The final ‘quartet’ of tracks is represented by Sunset (Kanedo & Sumsuch Remix) which is the quintessential Deep House tune with its smooth, airy pads, the substantial rhythm section and the intense bass-line. Balance (Ezra Collins Remix) embodies the more frantic, Tech-House soul of the LP while Calling You In (feat. Alison David) (Al Bradley’s 3am Deep Remix) which the second remix taken from the original track, is a fascinating Lo-Fi interpretation of the authentic one. Before realising it, here we are at the bottom of the list with the closing Sunrise (feat. Frank H. Carter III) (Jero Nougues Vocal Remix), where the Argentinian DJ and producer delivers a brilliantly produced progressive remix, with a soul-healing, evolving harmonic section held together by an energetic rhythm section and his luscious vocals as the perfect final touch to this surprising album. We advise you to save the release date as this is an LP in which you can find fascinating musical suggestions for all tastes; from which one can choose a favorite track or simply listen to it from start to finish because, as we previously mentioned, it is masterfully constructed in terms of tracklisting.