Aeroplane is shifting things into full steam ahead mode with his new label AeroPop. Finally, this week, the imprints inguinal release dropped, it’s a tune from Vito himself with Chicago House legend Jamie Principle on vocal duties.
In Her Eyes is perfect DiscoPop, loaded to bursting point with funky basslines, twisting leads and a smooth, catchy vocal. Amongst a star studded reMix package featuring an inescapable amazing Disco tinged House mix from Tiger & Woods and work from Chopstick & Johnjon, sits this storming version from Mr. Louis La Roché. Probably the single’s standout reMix, Louis delivers a gritty Electro Disco with a soulful synth melody that soars above the track. Definitely the most uplifting tune of the package. In addition AeroPop are giving away this mix of the tune from Aussie Housemeister BeNi, who offers up a full-on House stompfest. Deep and irresistible.
♫ Aeroplane (Feat. Jamie Principle) – In Her Eyes (Louis La Roché reMix)
BeNi, an artist that never stops, is releasing his new single, the Prince Terrence featuring ‘Last Night’ next month and the reMix package looks like it’ll be storming.
The highlight of the single could well be this low down dirty reMix from Brodinski, who’s been killing it lately. Pulsating synthetic Disco meets a dark Techy edge on this mix with Brodinski busting out his best robotic march and sprinkles the tune with harsh Industrial bass and a hint of Acid. It makes an awesome contrast with the soulful vocals. The rEMix will feature alongside tracks from Oliver $ and Waifs & Strays on the single.
Prolific Australian producer BeNi has worked some Deep House magic on Kimbra’s forthcoming new single ‘Two Way Street’.
Stripping things down to the minimal, BeNi lets Kimbra’s vocals flow over a hypnotic bass groove. The soulful qualities of her voice really get shine when paired with a simple beat and a gruff, pulsating synth line. BeNi serves up a nice late night jam with this one.
Flight Facilities’s excellent ‘Foreign Language’ single has been about for about a month now, so if you haven’t bought it yet maybe we can tempt you to with the BeNi reMix?
The EP holds a whole host of sweet Disco mixes of the track, BeNi in particular gets his groove on with a killer bassline that bounces the track along nicely. This reMix just rolls out the speakers and oozes onto the floor it is so laid back and funky.
I’ve got to admit, BeNi’s been off my radar a bit recently, after a string of awesome tunes he kinda’ lost me with recent singles. ‘It’s A Bubble’ was totally underwhelming and the whole viral campaign that went with it just an embarrassment. However, the internet reckons VillA’s reMix of his new tune ‘Someone just Like You’ is the mutts nuts, and whop am I to argue with the internet.
They are so right, VillA injects the track with a robotic nervous energy creating some funky SynthPop that could easily sit an any number of classic mid-80’s compilation (as an extended 12” version of course). I suppose it’s time then to give BeNi’s album a chance, you can stream the whole thing here.
♫ BeNi (Feat. Mattie Safer) – Someone Just Like You (VillA Rmx)
BeNi’s album, ‘House of Beni’ is out 11th October.
Beni is finally getting around to releasing his début album on Modular. ‘House Of Beni’ will feature collaboration with such artists as Sam Sparro, Mattie Safer (The Rapture), Nomi from Hercules and Love Affair, and Via Tania.
In the run up to the release we have this reMix of album track ‘It’s A Bubble’ but awesome Belgian producer The Magician who crafts a cosy slice of DiscoPop, that sparkles and shines all the way.
‘Modern Eyes’ is the latest single from LA Indie-Electro duo Jump Jump Dance Dance, it’s a catchy, glitchy guitar track that goes well 80’s in the chorus.
Check the clip directed by Clemens Habicht.
There’s some nice reMixes floating around, each with it’s own dancey take on the tune. Beni brings an almost Fidget style to his Electro reMix while Bit Funk turn in (probably) our favourite of the mixes, it’s a smooth Nu-Disco, organ fuelled, floorfiller. Vindata’s mix also has a place in our harts, all 80’s arpeggios and vocoders, what’s not to love?