South African/Australian Indie-Electro outfit Clubfeet have not only just embarked on an Australian tour but are also gearing up for the release of their new double A-side single ‘Everything You Wanted/Heartbreak’, due for release later this month. Ahead of the new single dropping, tour support, Future Classic artist Panama has reMixes the guys previous offering Cape Town to Tropical effect.
Panama’s take on Cape Town is like a laid back Island embrace. A rolling Disco effort who’s stomping basslines, beach purcussion and twisting Moog Funk leads all combine with a raw piano hook to create a chilled but pumping poolside groove. Add a splash of hazy and fitting vocals that are actually darker than first listen might suggest, and you’ve got an interesting, summery track right here.
Another reMix now from Clubfeet’s just released new single ‘Last Words’, this time the groove comes courtesy of Dimitri From Paris.
Complimenting RAC and The C90s reMixes, Dimitri takes the track down a Tropical Disco-House route. Not as ElectroPop as The C90’s version, this mix a laden with raw percussion and hammered piano giving it the air of a live jam, albeit one with some very funky musicians.
01. Ron Basejam – Looter
02. Yacht – Dystopia (Emperor Machine reMix)
03. Gigamesh – Red Light
04. Cherokee – Take Care Of You
05. Edit Murphy – Mercy
06. Honom – Bedcat
07. Tornado Wallace – Rainbow Road
08. Bag Raiders – Not Over (Softwar reMix)
09. The Noodleman – Pickle Juice (Morning After)
10. Jan Driver – Commercial
11. Crazy P – Open For Service (Hot Toddy reMix)
12. Gay Marvine – Doyouwannafuck? Do You?
13. David Woods – 1 00 00
14. MAM Edit – Bedroom Dancer
15. Miguel Campbell – Kiss & Tell
16. When Saints Go Machine – Fail Forever (Broke One reMix)
17. Roman Flugel – Dishes & Wishes
18. Tanner Ross – 4U
19. Paradis – Parfait Tirage
Check out The c90s reMix of Clubfeet’s new tune ‘Last Words’, the guys make the track bouncy analog ElectroPop, stripping the Indie-Electro elements and replacing them with burbling synths and a get-up-and-dance Pop vibe.
Crystal Fighters new single ‘Champion Sound’ come complete with a whole host of top reMixes.
Out next month on Different the highlights of the reMix package come from Mustang and Clubfeet. Both artists take the left-field ElectroPop of the Fighters and make it their own. Mustang give us something a little different from their norm with a big deep, pretty dark, analog groove fest that pulsates through your brain. Clubfeet provide the popiest of the reMixes with a summery Indie-Electro feel build upon layers of smooth synths and turns the vocal track into a lazy poolside sing-a-long.
Clubfeet, they of the monster ‘Teenage Suicide (Don’t do It)’, have just dropped their new album ‘Gold On Gold’.
The Melbourne trio have a sweet 80’s pop sound, as displayed on their lead single from the album, ‘Count Your Lovers’, a laidback, piano driven, almost ballad. This is the kind of tune that you can chuck on the headphones, close your eyes, and forget about your troubles. ‘Edge Of Extremes’ has more of a Disco feel and a certain edge of Hot Chip about it. The album will defiantly be worth checking out.