LO’99 has already made serious waves in 2018. Ahead of his appearance at EDC Las Vegas 2018, the Aussie super-producer is currently on a 12-date tour of his home country and was also recently drafted in to produce an official remix of Fatboy Slim’s classic Star 69. The resulting dancefloor killer racked up support from Claptone, Richie Ahmed and Roger Sanchez, among many more of the DJ elite in the process. After the success of this year’s Bizness single, LO’99 releases two remixes from producers heavily respected in their field.

For two remixes, we are graced by the presence of Lowdown & Malive and John Holmes for some undeniably powerful reworks. Brazilian Malive and Brisbane based Lowdown come fresh from creating the monster Tchami and Malaa’s Sermon remix. Always delivering a rough and ready bassline, the guys nail some heavy hitting moments for when that extra juice is needed. Holmes John lays down a delectably quirky tech house weapon. The energetic effort holds warm hypnotic bass and glitchy samples presented with absolute prowess from the DJ.

These dynamic remixes hold the distinctive elements of LO’99’s inimitable bass-heavy style. The original mixes a sophisticated blend of UK garage and tech house underpinned with old school hip hop. Now, with two more tunes to get our teeth into, Bizness continues to stand out as a colossal future club anthem. You can check out the remixes below!

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