Jimi Frew Ft. Sherry St. Germain – Trouble (Remixes)


ONELOVE are straight back to the dancefloor frontline with the remix package of Jimi Frew & Sherry St. Germain’s 'Trouble' set for release on the 30th May 2014.

Following on from his mainroom weapon, ‘Jungle Khat’, rising producer Jimi Frew returned this time with a gentle build and smooth sultry vocals from producer, singer, songwriter and multi Instrumentalist Sherry St. Germain.

‘Uh-oh, relentless rolling beats, zipped bleepy effects and a vocal that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand to attention mean trouble from the get go. Add a bass that ratchets up the pressure by at least 500 pounds per square inch and you have a fail safe, rabble rouser with a dark after hours edge. Bliss.’ DMCWorld.net

Now he backs it up with a remix package that contains Melbourne’s young talent Djuro hitting home with his unique mix of big room bounce and progressive breakdowns he’s infamous for, from his remix of the worldwide smash bounce anthem ‘Contiez ft Treyy G – Trumpsta (Djuro remix)’.

Sydney’s Glover hits his stride demonstrating the recent red hot form on his proven and tested mainroom monster, with its rhythmic topline and harding hitting beats. The same form that has seen him not only gain support from Tiësto(Tigerlily & 2Less ft KA$H– Faith Glover Remix), but also clock up over 50k spins in 4 days (Borgeous – Invincible (Glover Remix).

Dancefloor destroyers The Only roll out a relentless bounce groove while Perth’s Wasteland breathes in someepicchords and sweeping lifts on his primetime take. While Belgium’s Siege follows last yearsremix of The Aston Shuffle & Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Siege remix) by laying down this powerful synth laden club mix.


  1. Djuro Remix
  2. Glover Remix
  3. The Only Remix
  4. Wasteland Remix
  5. Siege Remix

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