If you want some pure electronic burbling the Acid Washed is always a sure bet.
Check their new reMix of Koudlam ‘I See you All’, it layers arpeggio upon arpeggio whist always retaining that, almost quirky, sense of music humour you often get with Acid Washed tracks. Fun and a little left-field but at the same time a storming dancefloor tune. It’ll sit alongside reMixes from Yuksek, Mickey Moonlight and Arnaud Rebotini on the forthcoming single.
01. Cascao & Lady Maru – Tropical Tasting (Rodion reMix)
02. Fireman – Hold
03. Golden Bug – God Machine
04. Muslim Disco Club – Dance Infidel Dance (Name in lights reMix)
05. John Roman – War Drums
06. ESU – E.S.U. Track (Hannulelauri reMix)
07. Gesaffelstein – Crainte
08. Crackboy – House of III Fame
09. Koudlam – I See You All (Acid Washed reMix)
10. Daniel Haaksman – The Bass That Ate My Mami
11. Yes Wizard – Heaven Black
12. AFX – Polynomial C
French crazy disco duo Acid Washed get rerated to some power harpsichord work here as Danger, one of the finest Electro producers in the world, delivers a spartan (for him) electronic epic that hold off dropping the bass until the very last minute.
Acid Washed’s first long player dropped this month on Record Makers. I love their particularly retro, analog, take on French Electro-House.
‘Change’ is a perfect example of their Pop fulled Space-Disco with more than a slight nod to Moroder. But despite the Disco arpeggios there is something quite organic about Acid Washed’s sound, it’s constantly and naturally evolving.
Eliza Doolittle is the next, hotly tipped, up and coming, London based, female singer/songwriter. It’s a pretty crowded genre but the kind of thing that will make her stand out is reMixes like this one, by Paris’ Acid Washed.
The disco duo come up with a half Nu-Disco, half retro Acid House mix up for this mix with forms a nice backing track for Eliza’s chilled vocals, which serve as a counterpoint to the upbeat track.
Parisian mystery duo Acid Washed recently dropped their début EP ‘General Motors, Detroit, America’ and the title track is a crazy, random, acidic Disco track that is so way out there yet so brilliant at the same time. Love it when the beat kicks in!
Blackstrobe is just one of a few name contributing reMixes and they take the originals spacey arpeggio and force it to conform to their Nu-Disco banger!
7th December sees the release of the second single from datA’s fantastic album ‘Skywriter’.
Following on from the massive ‘One In a Million’, ‘Electric Fever’ isn’t quite as poppy but it’s a Nu-Disco stormer that is guaranteed to fill floors. Parisian duo Acid Washed, amongst others, take on reMix duties here and smother the track in synth bass and cowbell goodness! Check the acid breakdown: