Great revival of Busta Rhymes’ 1997 tune Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See. Originally released on the album When Disaster Strikes that track was already remarkable by the use of a minimal and loud beat, sampled from the drum stroke and bass from Seals&Crofts’ Sweet Green Fields.
This remix by Jesse Felluss has something of the Chemical Brothers in its spirit. The subs are awesome, the beatbox seems to have doped with strong drugs giving a crazy slightly twerk twist to the track. Busta’s vocal over it and the preserved original beat adds that little something which makes a great remix.
What is a JF?
Not the type of artist you can simply put a label on. A free thinker and self-proclaimed musical hussy, Jesse Felluss is known for his ability to win over crowds using unexpected elements from just about every genre of dance music. A proud survivor of the 90’s rave scene, he channeled his rambunctious spirit and love of music into a fitting career and has never looked back.
After an eight year stint as one of New York’s top club DJ’s, Jesse decided to ditch daily life in the big city to focus on cultivating his sound in the more peaceful surroundings of New England. Still travelling to New York and other cities regularly for gigs, he affords himself time to spend weekdays hard at work in the studio, and the results are starting to show.
Ritchie Hawtin, Luciano, Richard Grey, Nic Fanciulli and The Scumfrog are a few of the top jocks currently playing and supporting his Tech-house release on Get Up Recordings: “The Line”. He’s shared the stage with EDM big-wigs such as A-Trak, Junior Sanchez and The Knocks as well as celebrity jocks like Boy George, Michelle Rodriguez and others.
In addition to DJing at most of New York’s hottest spots including Pacha, APT, Shelter, The Hudson Hotel and his 4-year rooftop residency at High Bar / XVI, Jesse is also a resident DJ and instructor at the world famous Scratch DJ Academy.
He has traveled around the world and his resume includes such diverse gigs as European launch parties of the world’s largest cruise ships, National tours with Pepsi and Target, the Bonnaroo Music Festival, and even Hillary Clinton’s gala aboard the USS Intrepid.
In 2009 Jesse began releasing his original music under the moniker Nue Pourn with fellow New Yorker Dante Blakeley. Nue Pourn’s debut EP “Does Your Mama Know” quickly scored them a record deal with So Valid, which also released their next 4 EPs and Jesse’s 2010 solo EP, “Tik.”
In December 2011 Jesse remixed Latin icon Celia Cruz and designed the soundscape for Ballet Hispanico’s “Asuka”. The production premiered at the Apollo Theatre and is currently on tour around the nation.
His studio collaberation with fellow Scratch DJ Tim Martell known as “Everybody Loves Velvet” scored five remixes on “The Ladder Remixed”. A re-rubbed version of the classic album by award winning singer songwriter Andrew Belle.
Recently, He released “Like Motion” featuring ragga legend MC Zulu. The EP which combines elements of breaks, electro, and reggae received critical acclaim from the likes of Afro-Punk, Tropical Bass and many more.
From Jesse Felluss’ webpage.
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