Here’s the latest reMix from Lodnon’s Nude Disco. he’s whipped up this storming Nu-Disco reMix of IndiePop duo Reegl’s forthcoming single Who Was This I Never Knew, taken from their album Clearing The Decks. Theres a little Balearic vibe in this one, just right for setting up your weekend.
With a waling bassline that’ll be with you for the rest of the day, Nude Disco’s reMix of Who Was This I Never Knew is a head nodder for sure. Introducing bright keys and a breakdown in just the right place, Nude Disco create the perfect platform of the originals breathy vocals. A Funky House and Indie soundclash that’s ripe for many repeat plays.
♫ Reegl – Who Was This I Never Knew (Nude Disco reMix)
Reegl’a album, Clearing The Decks is out now.
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Dreamwaver Cavaliers Of Fun is back with a brand new release. The Camp COF EP (out now on ‘the ever-awesome Holographic People’) contains this tribute to the sounds of 2008, Anoraak, Pegase And RAC.
Francisco B. Froes directs the clip, which is just as chill as the sweet indie-Elector sounds of the track.
Cavaliers Of Fun’s Camp COF EP is out now.
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The new single from French Indie-ElectroPoppers Make The Girl Dance Dancing In Nowhere features vocals form Solange La Frange and is a gritty and energetic slice of bouncy House Pop/
The clip was directed by Pierre Mathieu and is all a bit hippy really.
Make The Girl Dance’s Dancing In Nowhere is out now.
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Australian ElectroPop superstars The Presets’ new single Goodbye Future, a euphoric and intelligent ElectroPop monster, has now got itself a video.
The clip was directed by Prad Senanayake and is a pretty cool, strobe light fuelled, journey through the history of gatherings.
The Presets’ Goodbye Future is out soon on Modular Recordings.
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Tokyo DreamPop duo alloapm look set to release their track of last year, Boy (Theme Of Boy) along with some reMixes int he near future. It looks like Helter Skelter Records will be stepping up for release duties and out friend Keenhouse is getting in on the reMix action.
A slight departure from Keenhouse’s more recent, psychedelic, work, this reMix is loaded with retro gold. Lush SynthWave sounds play with Keenhouse’s knack for smooth Disco and a selection of 80s hooks. the pitched down vocals might have seemed out of place in this mix, but Keenhouse balances everything nicely, building a mood until the Boogie kicks in, then the whole track goes stratospheric.
♫ alloapm – Boy (Theme Of Boy) (Keenhouse reMix)
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German Housemeister Tensnake is on top of the world right now, and it’s good timing too as he’s gearing up for the release of his début album, Glow, which, from what we’ve heard, is going to sound awesome. Keeping up the energy until the record’s release Tensnake presents his latest reMix. It’s a mix of UK Indie-ElectroPop darlings London Grammar’s new single (and arguable their most recognisable song), Hey Now, and it’s pretty special.
Holding on to the London Grammar original’s guitar work, Tensnake merges their Indie sensibilities with his own warm and funky House vibes to create something that sounds almost Post Punk-y. An undulating and ethereal into soon gives way to a cascade of retro-tinged dancefloor sounds and Hannah Reid’s dreamy vocal. Rich and enveloping, this reMix is a little different from the norm, but a stunning piece of work.
♫ London Grammar – Hey Now (Tensnake reMix)
London Grammar’s Hey Now is out now.
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Here’s something a little different from French Indie-SynthWavers Midnight Echoes for their track Fight The Vice; a euphoric slice of continental SynthPop
Whereas the SynthWave tradition of cutting and editing videos from 80s Movies and TV shows is starting to get unoriginal and played out, Midnight Echoes go one further and film their own version of a slick Miami Vice-esque action flick.
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Jerry Bouthier – Heart & Soul #3 = Here’s a new Mixtape from London’s DiscoPop mainstay Jerry Bouthier. Clocking in at nearly an hour and a half, this mix truly is a journey through compelling electronic music new and old.
♫ Jerry Bouthier – Heart & Soul #3
01. Popnoname – Matt Karmil (La Pacho reMix)
02. New Navy – Regular Town (Baio reMix)
03. Plastique De Reve (Feat. Ghostape) – Love, Sometimes (Ext Club Mix)
04. Cut Copy – Free Your Mind (Fort Romeau reMix)
05. Cassian – The Ninth
06. Iñigo & Kamizi – Foreplay (Earl Grey Sexual Deviant reMix)
07. Edwin Van Cleef – Two As One
08. Blunted Dummies – House For All (Volta Bureau reMix)
09. Shook – Cloud Symphony
10. Royksopp & Susanne Sundfor – Running To The Sea (Pachanga Boys reMix)
11. Jamie XX – Far Nearer (Nadastrom & Sabo Moombahton Edit)
12. Re-Run – Takshi
13. Tele Music – Life & Fun (Mudd Edit)
14. Roosevelt – Montreal
15. Abstraxion – Les Histoires
16. Zero 7 – On My Own (dub Mix)
17. Potholes – Chauma
18. Popnoname – Timenation
19. Tele Music – Red Heart (Vlad Nayward Edit)
20. Visage – Never Enough (Marc Mitchell reMix)
21. Beat Connection – Theme From Yours Truly
22. Shades Of Rhythm – Sweet Sensation (MiGHty mOUse reMix)
23. The Night Music – Forspent
24. Aril Birkha – Winter
25. Irrelevant – Little Figurines
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Taken from their forthcoming album, The Orchid Room, Crescent Moon is a new taste of what to expect from London ecclectic ElectroPop duo Labyrinth Ear’s début full-length record. The twosome have been steadily making waves over the last couple of years, delivering EPs of dreamy, swirling, experimental SynthPop sounds, leaving this album quite highly anticipated.
Crescent Moon is an ethereal SynthPop track that had collided head on with a Balearic sunrise House tune. Ominous, but somehow cheerful, synth bass booms it’s way through the track, providing a darkness to Emily’s light vocals. A magical tune, flowing with mysteries and dreams, but one that is also grounded enough for you to get down to on the dancefloor. It bodes well for the album.
♫ Labyrinth Ear – Crescent Moon
Labyrinth Ear’s The Orchid Room is released 14th April.
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Hold tight for another new tune for the re-formed, re-born Lightwaves. Following on from Starting To Believe and Returned we have Warrior. Surely Lightwaves must be gearing up for a proper release soon, the quality of these tunes seems to point in that direction.
Warrior harkens back to the pre-Lightwaves days of Yes Giantess. Indie in it’s sensibilities, Pop in it’s sound. An energetic affair with growling snyths laid thick and Jan belting out the vocals to create a Power Pop anthem. With dips and builds in just the right places, this is exactly the kind of track that would slay a crowd live.
♫ Lightwaves – Warrior
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