“Your Love,” which saw its debut in 1986, has become a seminal recording over the past 34 years, enduring the test of time. Written by Jamie Principle, the track was originally an underground club anthem that was famously borrowed on the crossover hit “You’ve Got The Love” (The Source feat. Candi Staton). The track was most recently re-produced as part of the Director’s Cut project which aimed to update a number of classic cuts for the modern dancefloor. Working alongside The Frankie Knuckles Foundation and Eric Kupper, SoSure Music now releases two new remixes for 2020 from Darius Syrossian and Alan Dixon.
“It’s probably one of the toughest projects you could ever take, with a track which has this much legendary status. You cannot disrespect it by changing it too much but at the same time, you have to put your stamp on it. I’m very happy with how it has turned out. It’s also great knowing that this release is going to be helping out the Frankie Knuckles Foundation.”– Darius Syrossian
“Getting the opportunity to remix one of the most iconic house tracks of all time is obviously an honor. Luckily with the original having the old Chicago Trax sound, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. Retain the original song structure and melodies and just freshen them up for today’s dancefloors (if they still exist). Frankie Knuckles if he was from Berlin in 2020…”– Alan Dixon
Francis Warren Nicholls, Jr., better known as Frankie Knuckles, was a Grammy-Award winning DJ, record producer, and remixer. The artist played an important role in developing and popularizing house music in Chicago during the 1980s, when the genre was in its infancy and earned the title of, “Godfather of House Music,” because of this.