Posts Tagged ‘remix’
here are two new fantastic fred falke club edits of florrie‘s newest free singles “give me your love” and “you wanna start something.”
robyn better get body talk pt. 3 out and fast. florrie’s neck and neck with the prolific output this year.
the first taste of italians do it better‘s highly anticipated after dark 2 compilation comes in the form of a remix of new label addition appaloosa. apparently these guys are chan “cat power” marshall’s favorite band, but given the tepid reception she’s been receiving at her live shows lately, i’m not sure that’s the ringing endorsement it used to be…
but i digress. the paris/london duo’s new single “intimate” has received a remix from none other than idib tentpole group glass candy. per label head mike simonetti, they turn the already danceable tune into “romantic human league fronted by nico covering stereolab.” there isn’t a part of that analogy that i don’t like.
listen for yourself.
hard to believe this is only glass candy’s second remix in over a decade. they’re pretty damn good at it.
aeroplane releases we can’t fly on sept. 6.
chromeo release business casual on sept. 14.
not that i’m complaining dayve, but seriously, do you ever sleep???
portland be holding it down lately with the femme-fronted dance pop. reporter will be releasing their disco-licious new album time incredible this week on holocene music. imagine a more angular take on the psych house of fellow PDXers the miracles club.
speaking of, here’s the honey owens-fronted project’s BPitchy remix of time standout “lab test” to acquaint yourself with until you get the real thing. it comes complete with some silent shouty vocal treatment.
a lot more remixes are on the way, including one by that other portland dance act i’m all about lately, soft metals.
stockholm’s mysterious museum of bellas artes will finally release their debut album this september on transparent. the label is teasing a soon to be released new single from them called “watch the glow” (an “unstoppable jam,” allegedly). until that drops, have a listen to their first claim to fame, the smashing sapphires cover “who do you love,” plus two remixes.