Loverush UK!

Loverush UK!
Release date
01 January 1970
Loverush UK!
01 January 1970 |

Loverush UK! recently remixed the massive hot new anthem from Oakenfold Featuring Matt Goss called “Firefly” resulting to hit No.1 in the UK Club Charts (Music Week & DMC Update), not only did it become a dancefloor anthem, their mix has now become the main official version on the single and hit the download sites such as Itunes through Perfecto & Armada Records. The single was featured on the massive Armada compilation Best 100 Trance Anthems 2010 and is officially being cut to video in the very near future.

In the summer of 2010, Loverush UK! teamed up with the sensational voice of Shelley Harland (the only UK female to be signed to Australian label Albert Music, Sony). The result was the track “Different World” massive with the likes of Oakenfold & Tiesto, which Tiesto quoted “This Is A Great Tune”. The single hit No.2 in the UK Music Week Club Chart and has been getting bigger and bigger as the months go by. Already licensed to Mostiko in Belgium where is hit No.9 on the Belgium Itunes Dance Chart and recently featured on the massive Godskitchen Pure Trance 2011 compilation, as well as snapped up by Soul Candi Records in South Africa where it has featured on the new Bump Compilation.

In the heart of the summer Loverush UK! remixed the massive No.1 UK World Music Selling artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, the single “Wukun” which recently hit No.20 in the Australian Itunes Dance Chart. They also were asked to remix the massive William Orbit produced “A Happy Place” for Katie Melua and resulted in remixing the next Katie Melua single “Moment Of Madness’ also produced by William Orbit.

Further remixes this year include the massive “Closer” for JES, Milk & Sugar Featuring Ayak “Crazy”, Dreamcatchers “I Don’t Wanna Loose My Way” and the massive 2010 remake of The Shrink Reloaded “Nervous Breakdown 2010” all of which have been massive hits in the UK Club Charts. They are just about to remix London artist Novena and the massive new single from Pussycat Dolls member Ashley Roberts. The boys are currently writing their brand new album penned for release in summer 2011 with some amazing collaborations in place.

Past News

Since 2005, the production duo of Mark Schneider, a prominent figure in London’s underground dance music scene, and Berlin-based composer/producer Kinky Roland, has worked with a regal roster of dance talent, beginning with Soft Cell’s Marc Almond’s “Perfect Honey (Temptation),” on Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto imprint. Heralded efforts followed for the likes of Boy George (You’re Not The One”), Marcella Detroit (“Mystery To Me”), Andrea Britton (Deeper”), Kirsty Hawkshaw (“Loverush”), Shelley Harland (“Different World”), Lee Thomas (“Call To Me”).

In 2007, Schneider and Roland launched independent London-based imprint Loverush Digital, initially an outlet for their own productions—which evolved into a destination to develop new global talent. Releases included the Netherlands’ Damien S; Australia’s Timothy Allan; U.S. act Nick Murray and Marcie; and the U.K.’s Kirsty Hawkshaw, Lee Thomas and Tiff Lacey.

The team also delivered high-profile remixes for indie pop rockers Ash (“True Love 1980”) and Aviv Geffen (“It’s Alright”), which became dancefloor staples in Ibiza throughout the summer of 2009, thanks to support from legendary DJ Tiesto. Later that year (2008/2009), Loverush UK!’s “Fountains of Youth,” with vocals from Molly Bancroft, reached No. 2 on Music Week’s Club Play chart (twice within 6 months), ultimately capping the year at No. 12. The duo certainly paid its dues to mobilize current success. Mark Schneider served as a resident DJ in London at The Arches (London Bridge) and The Eagle (Vauxhaul) and in 2001, he teamed with Dreamcapture to remix Ian Van Dahl’s smash crossover “Castles In the Sky,” which led to posts as Club Promotions Manager and head of the Specialist Radio Division with renowned U.K. firm Power Promotions. Kinky Roland moved from Berlin to London in the late 1980s and quickly marked his territory, recording more than 350 tracks under such monikers as Rudeboy, Terminator Benellux , Replicant, Dream Plant, Tranceparents and The MPC’s with Chris McKoy. Meanwhile, he proffered remixes for Missy Elliot, Five, Liberty X, Shaggy, Culture Club, Amanda Ghost, Bananarama, Gabriella Cilmi, Robbie Rivera & C&C Music Factory, B52s, Uncle Jam and Brian Anthony.

In 2009, their combined forces took a fateful turn when Loverush UK! collaborated with New York-based dance act Sylvia Tosun on “5 Reasons,” which catapulted to No. 1 on the DMC World Charts, No. 2 on Music Week’s Upfront Club chart and No. 7 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play, Also No.1 Record of 2009 (DMC Update Club Chart) and 8th capping the year of 2009 (Music Week). In total, Loverush UK! has propelled more than 60 original productions and remixes onto the U.K. Club Charts, with five Billboard Club Chart play hits and four No. 2 smashes on Music Week. And the future looks mighty bright: Shortly after Loverush UK! unleashed “Give Me Your Love,” featuring Carla Werner; which topped the UK DMC Club and Music Week Charts and supported by Armin Van Buuren and is already tipped as one of the big tunes of 2010.