320 kbps, LAME-encoded
Production duo anamē deliver their remixes of Lostep's seminal record 'Burma'.
anamē is the new project from Marcus Schössow (previously one half of gardenstate) and Thomas Sagstad. The pair have had a busy 2022, debuting with their emotive collaboration with Above & Beyond and Marty Longstaff, 'Gratitude'.
A jubilant vocal ballad and a tough, dancefloor filler, 'Gratitude' has cemented itself as a future classic for both Above & Beyond and anamē. Marcus and Thomas subsequently dropped their own 'AM' and 'PM' mixes of 'Gratitude' on Anjunabeats, with All Day I Dream star Sébastien Léger also contributing a rework.
anamē have also released 'Influencer' (with BLR and Robbie Rise) on Anjunabeats over summer 2022, and a stirring rework of a dancefloor classic in Conjure One and Sinéad O’Connor's 'Tears From The Moon'. They've now turned their attention to another one of their personal anthems, Lostep's 'Burma': anamē's 'AM' remix was premiered by Above & Beyond at their sold-out Group Therapy 500 celebrations in Los Angeles.
Lostep first released ‘Burma’ in 2004 on Global Underground Music, which was then remixed by Sasha and included on his iconic Involver compilation. The original and Sasha remixes became dancefloor staples, racking up plays from legendary DJs across electronic music: John Digweed, Gabriel & Dresden, Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, BLR, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Nick Warren and Lee Burridge to name a few.
Lostep 'Burma' (anamē Remixes) is out now on Anjunabeats.