Hot Natured Delivers Cool Rhythms on Reverse Skydiving

On their own, Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Ali Love and Luca C are accomplished deejays and producers.

Cover: Hot Natured ft. Anabel Englund – Reverse Skydiving
Hot Natured ft. Anabel Englund – Reverse Skydiving

When they come together as Hot Natured, they become an electronic music force that keeps the dance floor hot by keeping the beats and the rhythms ice cold.

The young foursome is not necessarily interested with innovation in the studio, but rather remains keen on making smooth flowing beats backed by excellent production value.

Their experience and skill in creating danceable deep house music is evident on their latest track “Reverse Skydiving”. It lays out a seductive icy groove and sexy vocals that blend seamlessly with its spacey synths.

The approach to the track is refreshingly simple: it lets its steady bass-driven rhythm and its guest vocal track by singer Anabel Englund do all of the talking.

Instead of being heavy on studio effects and bells and whistles, “Reverse Skydiving” focuses on the more modest goal of simply being engaging, which in turn, makes it just as memorable as more gimmicky overproduced house songs.

Technically and structurally speaking, the track doesn’t break new groun. But it services Englund’s vocals well and her vocals service the song in the same way. The beat pattern and her voice complement each other so well that house fans should begin to crave this addictive combo more and more on repeat listens.

And that’s another admirable trait in Hot Natured’s latest. You may know where the track is going, especially after the first spin, but you still want to reach the end every time.

Whether you are dancing up a storm at a club or simply tapping your feet to the beat at home or in your car, you’ll want to keep revisiting this deep original mix again and again.

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Hot Natured ft. Anabel Englund – Reverse Skydiving
Label: FFRR
published: May 5th, 2013

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