The Admirers' Involuntary Memory sessions could have gone a bunch of different ways. In the end, Ardent Studios, (through the aid of John Hampton and Adam Hill, and their label, Ardent Music), prevailed. The first mix was handed to trip-hop legend Howie B, but the budgets weren't there. It was then on to Henry Hirsch's Waterfront Studios (Lenny Kravitz, Mick Jagger) to mix, but the budgets weren't there to see it through. Mike was left with scattered mixes Then, the call to Mike's trusted ally Bill Racine (who did The Mercies, and early Mikey Jukebox efforts) who came through with a wonderful mix of High Street. But in the end, Ardent called Mike down with a commitment to its possible release, and it was finished with Hampton and Hill. This EP shows that evolution.
"The EP will include some fresh takes on the original cuts, in addition to remixes. As for the title track, the song delves into the retro synth-pop vibe that fans of any Johnny Jewel project, chilled Holy Ghost, Chromeo, and the Drive soundtrack will eat right up. Check out Pet Shop Boys-esque “Night Night,” which features a subtle, Nile Rodgers like riff."