You may remember Parisian outfit Concorde as the reMix artists on the opening track of fellow French artists Jupiter’s Juicy reMixes reMix album, tacking the track Oh I. Now the DiscoPop duo are returning the favour be delivering the booming version of Concorde’s new single, Floating There.
Eschewing the almost trademark shiny, mirrorball, DiscoPop stylings in favour of a trendy House sound, Jupiter bring it deep. After teasing us with a little quirky ElectroPop into, the tune soon launces into it’s Chicago inspired, strobe lit, core. 909 beats and punchy sine basses give the track that classic House vibe, whilst Jupiter get playful with the vocals a riffs that hint at their Disco origins. A surprising, and classic House tune from Jupiter.
Jupiter – SPF30 Mix = While we’re in the middle of this heatwave, we would suggest SFP50 if you’re venturing outside, but SPF30 is good for your ears as French DiscoPoppers Jupiter have put together this lush summery mix to compliment the climate.
01. Fingerman – Lenny’s Disco
02. Mirror People – Nothing To Give
03. DJ Nibc – All’s Well That Ends Well
04. Majestique – Must Get There (Dubka reMix)
05. Severino Horse Meat Disco – Bounce
06. Boris Duglosch (Feat. Roisin Murphy) – Never Enough (Drop Out Orchestra reMix)
07. The Popopopops – Cross The Line (Mickey reMix)
08. Blackbelt Andersen – Klapp Og Trans
09. Shallow Taxi Club – Flashback
10. Hot Natured – Reverse Skydiving (Benoit And Sergio reMix)
11. Lady Drewniak – Let’s Work
12. Telonius – Control
13. Midnight Jugernauts – Memorium
French ElectroPoppers Juveniles are back this week with a brand new single and some tasty reMixes. Strangers was released yesterday, this first since last November’s Through The Night re-release, and is taken from the duo’s forthcoming début album. reMixes in the package come from the stellar line-up of Jupiter andLe Crayon.
Strangers is a rollicking slice of Indie-Electro produced by none other than Yuksek, and you can tell. The track has a bit of that Yuksek raw Disco sound. Heavy on the bass, Strangers works subdued verses in order to deliver the anthemic good in the choruses. Fellow French duo Jupiter’s take on the tracks is hypnotically basslined Space Disco epic where strange synth melodies intertwine around each other and the vocals. In contest, Le Crayon bring the proper laid back vintage Disco vibe to the song, using spacious electric piano and a warbling bass tone to roll-out an solid groove. All-in-all, we think the Jupiter version is out favourite, but the whole single is good work.
French Nu-Disco producer Mr. Gonzo is on a roll right now. Hot on the heels of his storming new single with Romuald, Gon Be A Thrill, his is the first reMix to break cover from the long rumoured Jupiter reMix album. The amazing Parisian ElectroPop duo have roped in a star studded cast to rework their Juicy Lucy album of last year. Mr. gonzo will be rubbing shoulder with the likes of Little Boots, Yan Wagner, Para One & Tacteel, JBAG, Juveniles, The Supermen Lovers, Steve Moore, Marius, and Colour Vision, which is quite scary company. Let’s see how he does.
Elliot Uppercut, one of the standouts on a stand out album, is the track Gonzo gets to grips with and fully delivers on smooth and sexy French Touch Disco. Despite being quite high energy, Mr. Gonzo manages to keep things on a laid back tip using lush synths and a sliding Disco bassline to their fullest. Amélie’s vocals sound as sweet as ever as the glide over. The synths in this reMix are so think, they melt into the track like chocolate, creating this delicious Disco ooze. This is a track mirrorballs were invented for. It’s so brilliant it’s like an audio lens-flare
Just two days after their crazy good Yan Wagner reMix, Amazing French DiscoPop duo Jupiter are back with another four and a half minutes of quirky, electronic, grooves. This time it’s in the form of a reMix for fellow French act Lafayette , and his track Mauvaise Mine.
This is all about the most infectious synth bassline you’ll have heard in a while. The bassline bounced along, powering the track like a rubber engine, it’s elastic core funking it;s way into your heart. Add to this a wash of bright snyths and wicked Disco licks and you have another killer tune from Jupiter, who are on such a roll these last twelve months we can’t help but wonder if they can really so no wrong?
French producer Yan Wagner’s recent Forty Eight Hours album didn’t leave out MP3 player for very long in the latter half of 2012. A Housey, ElectroPop opus that deserved wider attention. Yesterday the single Changed from the album was released, and alongside reMixes from Arnaud Rebotini, The Hacker and Tristesse Contemporaine sits this version from one of our favourite ElectroPop duos, Jupiter.
Jupiter get busy with their playful DiscoPop style all over the track. Their now trademark bouncy bass is at the fore of the track, providing a rock solid, funky, bedrock for layers of spikey tones and cosmic synths to dance around the tracks four and a half minutes. A stark contrast to Wagner’s deadpan, Factory-esque style, this meeting of styles works infinitely better than it should, more power to Jupiter for pulling it off. By the time the reedy synth solo kicks in you can;t help but be totally hooked.
Jupiter – Far Out Mix = Here’s the new mixtape form our favourite French DiscoPoppers Jupiter. The tracklist is like a role-call of some of the freshest tracks around right now. Expect fifty minutes of quirky Electro-Disco and Funky sounds.
Juicy Lucy (Needs A Boogieman), the title track from awesome French ElectroPop duo Jupiter’s début album is getting s single release this week, in all it’s Moog Funk glory. It’s accompanied by an absolutely stunning reMix package.
It;s hard to say Juicy Lucy (Needs A Boogieman) was one of the standouts of the album, when the album contained nearly one-hundred percent killer tracks, but it certainly was one of the tracks that sticks in your head, with it’s twisted P-Funk bassline and infectiously catchy chorus. It’s the prefect mix of sweet ElectroPop and warm French Disco. Our girl Little Boots delivers a majestic reMix that mixes up a deep 90s House vibe with a few Cosmic elements. Vicky brings a hypnotic dancefloor groove, layered with and uplifting piano hook and some great robo-vocoding. Punks Jump Up go down the warped Disco route with their reMix, the funky squelch bass powering the track along and commanding you to dance amidst the piercing synth stabs. Belgian angled Disco-meister Zimmer takes us down a Kraftwerk meets Moroder road with his take on the track. A deep electronic, at times Acidic pulse, that belies some seriously beautiful melodies.
Brooklyn Indie-Disco orchestra Midnight Magic released the track Calling Out back in April as part of their What The Eyes Can’t See mini album. Now the live analog funk track has been given a new lease of life by Parisian ElectroPopsters Jupiter, who bring their unique musical slant to that track, and life everything they touch the reMix comes off sounding effortlessly cool and quirky as hell.
Dropping straight in with a 909 beat, we are soon treated to Jupiter’s own brand of Disco wrung through a C64 as the French duo add a little ChipTune to their eclectic mixing bowl of sounds. Giving the track a nice vintage buzz, and playing with the vocals until the become another instrument, Jupiter drag the track straight to the dancefloor, layering more and more elements until Calling Out becomes a retro dance frenzy. One again Jupiter have proven they aren’t afraid to go against the grain, mix things up a little, and just have fun with their reMixes.
♫ Midnight Magic – Calling Out (Jupiter reMix)
♫ Midnight Magic – Calling Out
Midnight Magic’s What The Eyes Can’t See is out now.