Given that previous releases from the publicity-shy Sirs crew have been rather good, hopes are naturally high for their latest trip into wide-eyed, musically rich dancefloor fusion. As usual, there's a decidedly hazy, sun-kissed feel to the original version of "What a Day", which features Cinnamon Denise adding sumptuous vocals to an Afro-tinged deep house shuffler full of warm electric piano chords, live bass and Balearic instrumentation. Arguably even better is Manoo's thrillingly epic and dreamy Batacuda Remix, which not only boasts layered Brazilian drums but also some wild and wonderful synth solos. Sirs delivers an even lengthier, slightly more percussively intense tweak of the French house producer's revision, before treating us to a brilliant ambient "Reprise" crafted around swirling chords and delay-laden Fender Rhodes.
Original, Reprise & Remix by french Afrohouse Don MANOO
Albeit the summer is nearly over we would like to share this tune with you hoping to extend your memories of Summer 2017.
And this tune has an already some history. DJ Harvey received the original version some time ago & since then he played „what a day „ throughout the summer in Ibiza and not only on his eclectic Mercury Rising Parties in Pikes.
What a day in its Original SIRS Version sounds cosmic & deep - and also bit like a modern mix of Riding on the Storm (Doors) and Love machine (Supermax)
The Remix this time was delivered by french Afrohouse Don MANOO. He created a percussion based Interpretation with a sick bass supporting deep synth harmonies.
A traditional SIRS CUT of MANOO´s Remix enlarging the percussion part filled with some Afro vocal snippets.
And yes, the Reprise Version for you to chill at or having romantic moments with your partner can be downloaded too.
released February 13, 2019
written & produced by Daniel Klein & Cinnamon Denise
Remix and additional Production by Manoo