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Live Review: Christopher Port takes on Flight Facilities' 'All Your Love'

18 September 2018 | 9:00 am | Melinda Amott

Melbourne's Christopher Port jumps on board with Future Classic label brother's Flight Facilities and remixes 'All Your Love'

Having just wrapped up an enormous Australian tour, as well as having also recently toured Europe and with North America now on the horizon, it’s been a big year for Flight Facilities. With a steady flow of new singles out this year including ‘Need You’ featuring NIKA and ‘All Your Love’ featuring Dustin Tebbutt, the duo have been hard at work branching out into new sounds and styles, laying down the perfect groundwork for fellow producers to come along and remix their releases into something else entirely. This is exactly what we’ve got this week with the release of a very special remix by none other than Christopher Port, turning ‘All Your Love’ into a garage-influenced tune that will get you moving in no time.

Christopher Port has not only utilised his ambient and heavy techniques in a way that complements the sweet, sweet, goose bump inducing sounds of Flight Facilities, he has twisted the track in a way that shows barely any inklings of the OG sound other than the vocals. The first 20 seconds features the original vocals now distorted, pitched up and played in reverse, anticipating and shortly delivering a tender bassline that then introduces the gentle hook, "All your love, it keeps me safe."

Although Port’s remix is still a squishy little ball of love just as Flight Facilities intended it to be, he has turned Dustin’s vocals into soft whispers that feel almost ghostly over the UK garage and house beats. Vulnerable yet safe, and even though this is going to be an electric dance floor tuner, the song basically sounds like a mother figure. It doesn’t make you think romance, it makes you think of love as a universal feeling, a song you would hug your friends to whilst hearing it late at night in a euphoric moment, and that’s pretty goddamn special.

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Words By Melinda Amott