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  • “I have been working with Hyperactive & Eurosolution for over a decade. They have always been great to work with and have delivered fantastic results in the clubs. I look forward to working with them many times again in the future."
    Liz Goodwin (Interscope / Polydor Records)
  • “Hyperactive are an extremely professional outfit that always deliver. I use them on all of my acts”
    Michael Rivalland (Virgin EMI)
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    Mark Brown (CR2 / MYNC)
  • "We've worked with Hyperactive since 1999 when they promoted the first Tiësto / Allure record for us and delivered a no.1 club chart hit. Glad to see they're still as reliable."
    Tim Binns (New State)
  • "The guys at Music House are the best in the business.Their enthusiasm is addictive, their knowledge of front line club promotion has been honed over many many years and the coverage their campaigns afford our releases are an integral point to our successes. Every weekend we know someone new is hearing one of our tracks due to the care and attention they give".
    Jon Barlow (3Beat)

Vegas Baby! ft Katy Tizzard

Vegas Baby! ft Katy Tizzard

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‘I Can't Help Myself' takes it's inspiration from the classic ‘Lucid' track. This is trademark Ibiza with a euphoric synth that creates an intense rhythm, dropping in and out giving you that warm Balearic feel. The track builds with a light yet visible bassline before that familiar vocal creeps in taking centre stage. This is hands in the air electronic club music in all it's glory, uplifting house that will stimulate any dancefloor.

The remixes still carry the overall tone set by Vegas Baby yet each adding their own inimitable style. eSQUIRE uses the vocal to great effect teaming it with a deep melodic bassline, the remix builds with an intensity, before letting loose with soaring vocals and a mass of beats and percussion.
Ingo & Hadassi take a similar approach but use the intro as a focus on the looped vocals. Almost straight away the synth and full vocal drop, raising it to another level. Ingo & Hadassi use the looped scream like vocal parts as the main hub of their remix, whilst offering drops and solo vocals in all the right places.

With heavy support from Radio One's Judge Jules this is an essential addition to this seasons party playlist, a new classic for 2010!

Hyperactive promoted singles:

I Can't Help Myself - 15/02/2010