Charley says VIDEO! Cinérex – Bring Up The Sun

It was only after I’d seen and heard the new video for ‘Bring Up The Sun‘ by Cinérex that I found out this is a Belgian project. Well, kind of. Cinérex has been releasing music for quite some time, but it’s only in recent years that it became Kevin Ross’s one man project. This Canadian drummer turned producer moved to Belgium to fulfill his dream of making music after his girlfriend convinced him there was room there in the music scene for what he wanted to do.

The story of ‘Bring Up The Sun‘ seemed a bit confusing at first, but a little digging around the internet quickly shed some light on it. The song first appeared on the 2009 album ‘Edges‘. It features the stunning vocals of American singer Alissa Kueker, who had previously worked with Cinérex and who sings on 6 of the 10 tracks on ‘Edges’.

The album and singles failed to have an impact on the charts, but that might be about to change in 2010. Mostiko, one of my favourite labels in Belgium, seems to have picked up the song and has released the video for the brand new FTW Mix. This slightly trances up the originally lounge sounding track, hopefully prepping it to be an international smash hit.

The song takes you back to the early 00’s when quality breezy summery trance like this wasn’t as rare as it is today. This is the kind of song that Dannii Minogue would love to get her hands on. In fact, if you squint your eyes at the right moments former ‘Topmodel’-finalist Daisy Olie even slightly resembles our Queen Of Clubs in the simple but beautiful video for ‘Bring Up The Sun‘…


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