Alex Gaudino Ft Shena "Watch Out" Download from 2nd June, In Shops 9th June
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How do you follow-up a UK No.4 smash and pan-European hit like 'Destination Calabria'? If you're Alex Gaudino, you turn in an anthem like 'Watch Out', currently shaping up to be the UK's next big crossover club tune for Data Records (they of Utah Saints, Feddie Le Grand, Eric Prydz and more).
Bold, brassy, and using the infamous horn sample from Pig Bag's big afro hit, 'Papa's Got A Brand New Pig Bag', Gaudino's once again struck dancefloor gold. 'Watch Out' is chart-friendly house music at its best, and testament to the Italian producer's uncanny knack for creating 21st century floorfilling hybrids.
Already a chart hit in Europe, after being voted the best dance track at the last Popkomm (a big worldwide industry shindig), UK clubland has started to rock to its beat with tastemaker DJ's like Annie Nightingale, Dave Pearce & Scott Mills at Radio 1, Steve Smart at Kiss and both Des Paul and Steven Sullivan at Capital FM already giving their full support.
Alex began his musical adventures at the legendary Flying Records and UMM, before co-founding RISE Records, signing hit records including The Tamperer and Black Legend. His long-relationship with Ministry Of Sound has brought him a wealth of success, including his single 'Reaction', the Blue Lipstick project 'Head over Heels' on Hed Kandi, and of course, the ubiquitous 'Destination Calabria'.
Created with studio partner Maurizio Nari and featuring vocals by Crystal 'Gypsy Woman' Waters, 'Destination Calabria' reached No. 1 in several countries, including No.1 in the UK Dance Chart and No. 4 in the UK Singles Chart in 2007.
'Watch Out's' vocals come courtesy of Shena, the house producer's premier vocalist of choice, and the singer on hits including Michael Gray's 'The Weekend', Junior Jack's 'Dare Me', De Souza's 'Guilty' and many more.
The package for 'Watch Out' includes remixes from The Mac Project (Steve Mac's overground guise), UK upstart Micky Slim, US legend Robbie Rivera, and Jamie Duggan Meets Da Booda, who provide a slick bassline take on the original.