tracks & remixes


Very proud of this remix I did for the ace Go Satta. 9 minutes of blissful pads, strings and dreamy vocal effects, I took inspiration from 2 of my favourite tracks of all time, can you guess what they are? Click on the link to buy, also available on all other music download sites :)


Honoured to be asked to remix this gem of a track from Field of Dreams, especially when the other remixes come from Mind Fair and none other than Andrew Weatherall!! 

Digital release 2nd July, vinyl out a week before. Heavyweight vinyl, individually numbered and hand painted sleeves, includes digital pre-order of Nothing Is Perfect. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released. 


My remix of 'Time to Love' from Anglo-American pop duo Go Satta, released on April 6 2018 on German label Emerald & Doreen Records. Available on iTunes, Spotify, Beatport, Juno, you name it. Thanks to Cotton Bud mastering for helping add the kick to a beefed up, slowed down, dancefloor-friendly remix


A disco edit of a forgotten gem, released as part of an amazing Disco compilation from Fingerman's Brighton-based label HOT DIGITS! We made it to No.1 in the Juno Disco charts!!! Buy the album here https://www.junodownload.com/products/hot-digits-year-four/3731325-02/?track_number=15



Below is a selection of my previous releases and remixes, most are available to buy using the links below and big thanks to the lovely people at Paper Recordings, Hot Digits, Edit Records, Emerald & Doreen and Cotton Bud for their help and for letting me play around with the music! You may find the odd bonus edit on my Soundcloud page so get following here: https://soundcloud.com/edmahon

An extended DJ-friendly version of an old house classic.  The Masters At Work dub was incredibly popular but always quite short and frustrating to mix in/out, so here is a longer version I made for one of our Hoedown nights in Blackpool when I was warming up for the guy who first introduced me to the track in the early 90s, none other than Graeme Park!  As usual I enlisted the mastering services of Cotton Bud music (highly recommended) and this is made with love and respect for the original (and of course the MAW remix).