Edinburgh’s Natasha Kitty Katt has performed at the likes of Glitterbox, Suncebeat Festival Croatia, Southport Weekender, Soul Heaven and Ocean Beach Ibiza, Hï Ibiza, Printworks, among many. With a focus on creating high quality Disco and House, Natasha’s releases have appeared on Glitterbox Recordings, Nervous Records, Tropical Disco Records, The Basement Discos and Midnight Riot and her own Ghetto Disco Records, to name but a few. As her remix of Joseph Malik’s ‘Trouble With A Capital T’ drops on F*CLR, DMCWorld goes Trainspotting with Natasha Kitty Katt.
Joseph Malik -Trouble With A Capital T (Natasha Kitty Katt Remix) – F*CLR
When Joseph Malik approached me to remix his stunning track, it was a no brainer for me. I wanted to put my own electronic Katt spin for dancefloors – very 80’s/Hi NRG inspired. Darren Morris at North Street West studio added the Nord worm lead and Joseph delivered a slightly alternative vocal take to his album vocal cut. When I put it all together, it was aural perfection. It’s been a pleasure working with Joseph and F*CLR.
Trouble with a Capital T (Natasha Kitty Katt Remix - Club Vocal - A North Street West Production)
Da Lukas, Walterino – Funk Vamp Baby – Midnight Riot
It’s no secret that anything that remotely mentions Vampires makes me a happy Katt (apart from Twilight) combine that with some funk and disco and I’m in heaven. Funk Vamp Baby is a fab track with spooky undertones that speak to my soul. Da Lukas & Walterino strike again with another hot track.
Da Lukas, Walterino - Funk Vamp Baby (Midnight Riot)
Antenna – Jazz Carnival – Soulfuric Deep
Antenna is a solid favourite producer of mine. I love his sound and he always blows me away with his productions. This cover of Azymuth Jazz Carnival is stunning. You can hear his synthy edge on this track, and it instantly makes me want to go out and dance.
Jazz Carnival (Extended Mix)
Dicky Trisco – Discoteca (Original Mix) – File Under Disco
There’s no doubt about it. I adore my partner in crime, Dicky Trisco and everything this man touches turns to gold. This for me is the perfect nightclub track. I think dark sweaty basements, the crowd going nuts and good vibes all around.
Discoteca (Original Mix)
Natasha Kitty Katt ft. Jemeni G – Katch The Vibe – Nervous
This was my second time working with Jemeni G after remixing her track with Risk Assessment, “Remember Me?”, I loved her sassy style and lyrical genius and had to do a follow up. I envisioned a track paying homage to the Paradise Garage and NYC nightlife of the 70s/80s. Jemeni put down the bars, I did the keys / production, and the rest is history.
When I play House, this is the kind of House I adore. Stunning remix through and through and sounded epic on the Beach Stage in Tisno, Croatia at Suncebeat. You would need to be dead not to move to that bassline.
STR4TA - Lazy Days (feat. Emma-Jean Thackray) [Wallace Remix]
George Cynnamon – Dizzy Dasco – The Basement Discos
This infectious bassline is killer. The minute I heard this track, my ears pricked up and I had to have it. I’ve worked with The Basement Discos before and remixed George in the past, so it put a big smile on my face when I heard this tune.
Amy Douglas, JKriv – Freak At Night – Razor N Tape
Amy Douglas has a stunning voice and is incredibly talented, couple that with JKriv and Derrick McKenzie on drums, and you’re on to some serious heat. Disco vibes all around and feel-good vibes. This song is beyond infectious.
Amy Douglas - Freak At Night
Andromeda Orchestra – Kano Line Dance – FAR
This funky number is set to make you move. Funk licks and synth sounds are the crème de la crème of music when it comes to this Katt’s mind. Released on FAR (Faze Action Records) I knew from the off that this would be gold.
Andromeda Orchestra Kano Line Dance
International Dateline – Acidisco (Make a Dance Remix) – Intl Dateline
Synth lines for days and vocoder vocals are my love language. This track makes me feel like it’s Valentine’s Day.
Acidisco (Make a Dance Remix)
Joseph Malik ‘Trouble With A Capital T’ (The Natasha Kitty Katt Remix EP) is out now on F*CLR.