Pauline Taylor has whirled her way up through the UK music scene with resounding swiftness and passion. Cutting her teeth in the late 90’s performing on some of the biggest dance anthems of the time and touring and singing with the pioneers of electronica in the late 90’s; Faithless.
Since receiving critical acclaim from her first self titled album which included “Constantly waiting” and “The Letter” she now takes her blend of “folkin Soul” and “Urban Camp fire blues” to her third and most eloquent and articulate album “Up” on fledgling independent label Fred.
Her sparring partner for the first remix of the album “Up” is the rather fabulous producer and writer “Eazy”. From the inset of setting up his own studios, Eazy produced his first fruits of labour on the two Fierce Girl tracks "Double Drop" and "What Makes A Girl Fierce", with "Double Drop", produced and co-written by Eazy which was named Single Of the Week in the NME and " What Make A Girl Fierce " was Single Of the Week in The Guardian Guide. Both track hit the Indie Top 20 and the Music Week Club Top 10 and Commercial Pop Chart Top 10. Eazy has gone on to remix for such diverse artists as Groove Armada, Unklejam, Ciara, Blondie, Texas and The Overkillers. His own band The Age Of Steam also scored a massive underground dance hit with their track “Disco Mafia”, which hit #2 in The Buzz Chart and was a Top 10 Cool Cuts Chart hit.
Eazy has laid on a soulful, electro board breaker remix with a healthy measure of moroder-esque vocals in Ms Taylor’s angelic voice and a deft touch of 70’s disco burning in the background through the intro. Eazy lays on subtle old skool dance with “Up”, a smouldering techy roller, blended seamlessly together with electro pop, to grace the world’s unsuspecting clubbers and dance floors.