EP: Three Sides of Love (REMIXES)



The track can be purchased from all the usual sources:

Listen to the Premiere here :


1. Can’t Fight The Feeling (Roisto Remix)

2. I Want You (feat. Gamble & Burke) (Disco Despair Remix)

3. I Want You (feat. Gamble & Burke) (Disco Despair Instrumetal Remix)

4. I Want You (feat. Gamble & Burke) (Colour Vision remix)

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Birdee – Three Sides of Love (REMIXES)

Close on the heels of last month’s release of Birdee’s – Three Sides of Love EP, we have a wonderful remix package inc. Roisto’s mix of ‘Can’t Fight the Feeling’ and two mixes of ‘I Want You (Ft Gamble & Burke) from Disco Despair and Colour Vision.

Kicking proceedings off is Roisto, who is in great demand at present being fresh from remixing The Magician and Bob Sinclar, Roisto jumps in with a beautiful Disco House version of ‘Can’t Fight the Feeling’, that has you back in the 90’s cutting up the floor to the French House/Electro styling’s of such luminaries as Alan Braxe and Pete Heller.

Next up is Disco Despair; coming off the back of his remix duties for Nada Funk and Tom & Hills, Disco Despair delivers two great mixes. Disco Despair’s Vocal mix pushes the talents of Gamble & Burke to the forefront with a collection of synth stabs and layered harmonies that do nothing but compliment the vocals of this great track, whilst the Instrumental version strips the track back leaving a cool ambience, airy, light and full of promises to come.

To round the package off we have Southern California’s Colour Vision mix of ‘I want You’ starting out with a more defined Deeper Bass line underlying the great vocals once again, into the breakdown and there’s an old school trance build hiding in there somewhere waiting to lift you up and carry through to the very last beat. All in all a remix package to suit all tastes that will be available from Youth Control on 6th of January.


Birdee is the new guise of scene stalwart Marcello De Angelis, who – throughout nearly a decade of activity in dance music – has toured the world from Australia to Russia, played the most prestigious venues in the UK and Europe, collected support from the biggest players in the scene, and picked up an award for best breakthrough DJ at London’s Fabric.

Since the inception of the Birdee project he has been snapped up by Fatboy Slim’s Southern Fried Records, has remixed Vato Gonzalez, The Whip, Herve’, Malente, Louis La Roche and Mason – and has had his music supported by a veritable who’s who of dance music: Laidback Luke, Vanilla Ace, Punks Jump Up, Solidisco, Kokiri, The Aston Shuffle, Tom Staar, His Majesty Andre and Reset! have all been regularly spinning Birdee tracks, while BBC Radio 1, Kiss FM and Capital Radio have also shown their love.

His single “Shake It” was licensed to the Cream Ibiza compilation CD mixed by Laidback Luke and received several plays on BBC Radio 1 from Jaymo and Andy George, Kissy Sellout and Annie Nightingale.

After signing to quality Australian imprint Vicious Bitch, of Avicii and Peking Duk fame, he has released a slew of singles throughout 2015 and just dropped his latest one “B-Love” – already supported by Oliver Heldens and John Dahlback amongst others.

Roisto – Artist Bio

Where did he come from, what does he get up to hidden in his shed and how many analogue synths does one man need?

All good questions I am sure you will agree, Roisto AKA Tuomas Elsila is an enigma, an enigma wrapped up in a riddle, wrapped up… well just wrapped up as it damn cold in Finland for most of the year.

As the story goes he took his name from the Finnish word for ‘villain’, and he hails from the deep, dark forests of northernmost Finland, where he spends his time crafting disco rhythms and disturbing the local wildlife from a small studio, filled with old analog synths, tape machines, 12” disco records, and the arcane magic needed to bring quality House and Disco to this dark wilderness

After the release of his debut EP Apart In LoveRoisto has been kept busy with remixes for various artists inc PWNDTIAC with The Beach (feat Krue) (Roisto Remix) In addition to his work on the Youth Control tracks from Disco Despair and Terminè.

Early in 2016 Roisto was requested to remix the track Atlas for the Kitsunè artist Les Gordon,  which premiered on Complex.

After the success of Les Gordon remix, Kitsunè invited Roisto to produce another remix, this time for their artist Parcels, a remix of Parcels – Herefore hit the French iTunes chart within days of its release.

This remix made its way on to the fantastic Magic Tape 61 from The Magician, and was featured on DJ Mag Netherlands and can be downloaded free from Soundcloud.

As to the future Roisto is preparing some new mixtapes for Finnish NRJ radio as well as for Kitsunè’s hot stream mixtape series. Plus groundwork is well under way for a few big remixes, as well as some new original tracks so stay tuned.

”Charged, vast in scale, and laden with a beautiful groove.” – Magnetic Magzine

“His stylish brand of disco is almost villainous as it will steal your undivided attention” – Kick Kick Snare

“Incredibly catchy Bag Raiders meets Daft Punk sound fill me with such warm, happy feels.” – I Heart Moosiq

“Finnish producer Roisto shares an absolutely divine original single “Apart In Love” that is summer pool party worthy.” – Discobelle

“Apart In Love’ is an incredibly promising debut effort from a producer whose breed of disco is pushing the boundaries of what is possible with the genre.” – Ihouseu

Disco Despair

Ten years ago, Lassi Vierimaa, then known as Scape released a single ‘Be My Friend’, which became an instant hit on the house music scene. ‘Be My Friend’ and remixes by Seamus Haji, Michael Grey and Ian Carey appeared on numerous compilations for Hed Kandi, Sony BMG, Ministry of Sound, MN2S, DMC, Azuli, Mixmash and more. Now ten years later, Lassi is finally making a comeback under the new ‘Disco Despair’ moniker on Youth Control. Disco Despair’s first EP titled I’m No Good, an impeccable 5 track nu-disco EP underlined his years of experience on the electronic music scene. The EP with remixes from Roisto and 5/5 was played by Morcheeba, Louis La Roche, Modek, Supermen Lovers, The Penelopes, Mike Mago and more while also featured on Kick Kick Snare!, and Stoney Roads. In addition to his original work, Disco Despair has also undertaken remix work for Roisto and Smok.

“Downplayed disco, streaks of static haze, and de-tuned vintage synthesizers coat the walls of Disco Despair‘s highly anticipated I’m No Good EP.”

– Kick Kick Snare!

“Chanting choruses and a subtle bass line make this upbeat tune prime. The full 5-track release is jam packed with huge synth chords and funky bass for a nu-disco journey filled with groove.”

– Stoney Roads

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