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'A Toolroom veteran of 15 years and longstanding member of the #ToolroomFamily, Dave Spoon (aka Simon Neale, or the better-known Shadow Child) made his label debut way back in 2005 with his 21st Century EP. Having released an incredible amount of music during his time with Toolroom, he is most known for his massive 2006 hit 'At Night' which saw a huge level of physical sales and massive radio support. Eventually being reworked with So Solid Crew's Lisa Maffia on vocals, turning into 'Bad Girl (At Night)'. 2012 onwards saw Simon shelve his Dave Spoon identity, creating the Shadow Child alter ego and his own Food Music record label. Having huge success with records such as 23, Climbing (Piano Weapon), Ooh Tune and his remix of AlunaGeorge - 'Best Be Believing'. He is a prolific artist and producer in his own right, having remixed records from high-profile artists Robyn, Paul van Dyk & Dizzee Rascal. As well as scoring multiple hit records under the Shadow Child moniker, the time is right to bring the Dave Spoon pseudonym back online. Taking form of 'Steels', a refreshingly new, fiery and fun party record that you won't be able to get out of your head. Legendary Polish Dance duo Catz 'n Dogz are on remix duties for this one. The duo bring a refined, Disco-tinged, festival flavour to Dave Spoon's summer hit, adding a slick groove with an emphasis on the insanely hooky records brass section. Throwing in similar elements such as the brass swells, melodic steel drum hits and the vocal cuts, Catz 'n Dogz have created a remix that doesn't stray too far from the original but lives completely in a world of it's own. A cut that has it all, Catz 'n Dogz has nailed definitely nailed this remix by putting their own spin on the record whilst staying true to the originals fiery but fun feel. For sure, 'Steels' is a record you won't be able to get out of your head.