Coming off the back of a five year stint releasing for Warner, Atlantic and Sony, veteran Dance Producer Alistair Albrecht, is returning to set the 2013 Summer on fire with 'Feel So Alive'. On lead vocals is the talented X Factor finalist Nicole Jackson, who is returning to form after entering the UK Charts singing for Redlight's smash hit, 'Get Out My Head'.
Having remixed for the likes of Ke$ha, Ministry of Sound and Spinnin' Records, Alistair is no stranger to the scene. Having managed Destined Records, scoring them No.1 hits with Sandy Rivera's, 'Lollipop', Alistair decided to setup sister label Bedtime Records to offer a new outlet for his productions. 'Feel So Alive' is the debut release.
Bristol born Nicole Jackson, shot to fame in 2009 after landing a place in the last 6 finalists of The X Factor. Since then she has toured with Tinie Tempah and released on Chase & Status's MTA Records, added vocals for some of dance music's pedigree, like Massive Attack, Ben Westbeech & Joker and you have a little picture of what she's been up too.
'Feel So Alive' is an epic slice of House, with its euphoric piano hooks and energetic, stratospheric vocals from Nicole. Staccato piano/synth stabs form into an infectious hook, that lure punters' attention with ease. Meanwhile, hypnotic harmonies give the track an extra rolling interest. This is a track to lift the dancefloor to that next level!
1. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Original Mix) 2. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Radio Edit) 3. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Instrumental Mix) 4. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Extended Club Mix) 5. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Club Radio Edit) 6. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Touch of House Mix) 7. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Bellatrax Remix) 8. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Bellatrax Dub) 9. Feel So Alive feat. Nicole Jackson (Phormz Lab Remix)
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