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Move D declares 'Your Time Is Up' with remix of Will Saul's track

All profits go to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

  • Dave Turner
  • 18 September 2020
Move D declares 'Your Time Is Up' with remix of Will Saul's track

Move D has remixed Will Saul's track 'Your Time Is Up', out on Skint.

Aus Music boss Will Saul's 'Your Time Is Up', featuring Berlin vocalist Gilli.jpg, is a cover of Underground Resistance's 1990 track of the same name. Saul originally asked Mike Banks for permission to use a sample, but the UR member suggested he re-record new vocals for a cover.

As part of the release 'AUS150', Move D's remix is fully focused on the rave, bringing together hard-hitting drum machines and synth chord stabs.

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On bringing Move D onboard for the remix, Will Saul said: "As a huge Move D fan and having recently released the Move D album on Aus, David was an obvious choice for a remix. He does very few remixes but I knew the vocal would tempt him.

"He's delivered something that shifts the vocal into another place, something that you can hear in a small, sweaty room with the lights down - which is something that we're all yearning for at the moment. Hopefully this remix can transport us there if we close our eyes."

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'AUS150' also features a version called Money In The B and a Space Dimension Controller remix.

100 per cent of the profits from 'AUS150' go to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, a charity tackling inequality and working with disadvantaged young people.

Grab 'AUS150' exclusively on Bandcamp and see the tracklist below.

1. Will Saul 'Your Time Is Up' feat Gilli.jpg
2. 'Your Time Is Up' (Money In The B Version)
3. 'Your Time Is Up' (Move D Remix)
4. 'Your Time Is Up' (Space Dimension Controller's TX707 Mix)

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Commercial Content Editor, follow him on Twitter

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