Elliot Fitch Lifts Spirits with a Spring Mix

Elliot Fitch

Dutch DJ and producer Elliot Fitch is celebrating the recent release of “Lift Me Up” with a mix that showcases his sweet house style.

As house music continues to thrive around the world, artists have let their creativity flow and are making an impact with some sensational releases to further propel the genre forward. And if you’re someone who loves fresh beats and a deeper dive into the house realm then there’s no doubt that rising stars like Elliot Fitch are the ones you should be paying attention to.

Elliot Fitch has already begun to cause quite a stir in the scene with releases like “Feels Good” with Marc Volt on Club Sweat and two collaborations with Husko, “Desert Sun” and “Baby,” which landed on Glasgow Underground and Toolroom. Those releases in 2019 and 2020 set the stage for what was to come in 2021, and the Dutch newcomer impressed already with “The One” in March.

Now, as the warmer temperatures lead to lifted spirits, Elliot Fitch has delivered another fresh single for house lovers to feast their ears on. Out now on Make Em Move, “Lift Me Up” isn’t just a solid house heater but also marks the first signing of a solo producer who isn’t the imprint’s founder, Kideko. This tune is one that will make anyone want to get up and move your body to the beat. And what better way to further celebrate the than by spinning up a mix? So get your dancing shoes on and immerse yourself in the sounds of Elliot Fitch, you won’t regret it!

Here’s a new mix to celebrate my latest release on Make ‘Em Move, perfect for catching the first rays of the spring!

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Listen to this fantastic mix from Elliot Fitch on SoundCloud, download or stream “Lift Me Up” on your preferred platform, and let us know what you think in the comments!

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