Portland based exponents of classic house and experimental pop, The Miracles Club bring us their newest anthem, "So Hot," alongside some international reworkings of "Light of Love." The result is a radiant and celebratory Cascadian psychedelic acid house excursion. Having quickly emerged as instigators in Portland, Oregon's underground dance music community, members Rafael Fauria, Honey Owens and Ryan Boyle fuse elements of classic Chicago acid house, world music, left-field pop and contemporary dance. Their infectious, vibrant transmissions and live happenings have energized Portland's current Madchester style explosion of club music mutations. The Light of Love Remixes EP captures the band's beauty, joyous humour, and pure club instinct in full effect. "So Hot," featuring frequent guest vocalist, Justin Green, juxtaposes the band's heady, futuristic, and reverberant sound-space with a tightly wound Acidic rhythm track, culminating in an avalanche of piano chords. Cutters Records' label bosses Cut Copy give us an enhanced edition of Light of Love, the psychedelic piano house jam from the band's iconic first single. Also included is a dubbed out house mix by New Yorks Neurotic Drum Band, and an etherial ambient reinterpretation by Ulysses. Add this snapshot of the band's evolution to your record crate quickly before they mutate their timeless house experiments into an uncharted and bright future.