Justin Faust reMixes French Horn Rebellion Vs. Database

French Horn Rebellion vs. Database

It’s been about two and a half years since New York duo French Horn Rebellion teamed up with Brazilian double act Database. That first meeting of minds produced the amazing Beaches & Friends and while both acts have been reasonably quite in the past few months is seems their time has been well spent getting the band back together.

This new collaboration has resulted in Poster Girl, which also features a sultry vocal cameo from music-blogger-about-town Nancy Lu, comes complete with a reMix from Germany’s finest, Justin Faust. Faust keeps the vocal intact, which is a good call as the track is a totally catchy, fun hit in the making, and drops them over a blissed out Disco tune that revolves around an infectious hook. This track is pure good times, to be enjoyed in the sun with friends.

French Horn Rebellion Vs. Database – Poster Girl (Justin Faust reMix)

French Horn Rebellion Vs. Database’s Poster Girl is released soon and also features both French Horn Rebellion and Database’s versions and an additional reMix from Peter Wade.

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Database Vs. Empires

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I was kinda’ taken by surprise by this team up of Electro Disco duo Database and  Empires.

I’m not sure what I was expecting but this massive stadium Nu-Metal track made electronically really shouldn’t work, but it really does. The combination of Database’s knob twiddling synth grooves and huge Rock vocals is pretty unique, maybe takes some getting used to, but is a powerful combination.

♫ Empires Vs. Database – Bang (Original Mix)

Databse’s ‘New Disco’ EP is out now.

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Database’s ‘New Disco’ EP

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Totally forgot to post this in my crazy couple of weeks but I couldn’t let it sit here un-exposed.

Database’s ‘New Disco’ EP for Kitsuné is out today, and it’s a storming three tracks of synthesized Disco aural gold.  As a taster of what to expect, check out this growling edit of the title track. Heavy bass, electronic squelches and a Disco voice of doom. What more do you need to get you out of your seat? The track has some quite hardcore old school EBM and Italo leanings, being slightly more aggressive than your average analog Disco with a hint of the harder Yuksek stuff.

Database – New Disco (Disco Uprising Mix)

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The week in Bangers: 12:04:09

The week in Bangers: While electronic rumors isn’t strictly an Electro-House blog, we do cover a lot of Electro-House that crosses over in to our realm. So many good club tunes and reMixes surface each week we can’t (and wouldn’t) cover them all, so this is a round up of some of the best from the week that we didn’t have time to dedicate individual posts to…

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What’s in the bag this week? Well, we start off with Empire Of The Sun’s almighty ‘Walking On A Dream’ as reMixed by The Bloody Sisters and Database & Bonde Do Role’s ‘Miami’, the MMMathias version. The much hyped Polly Scattergood gets a working over by New York Disco heroes The Golden Filter and the clash of Tiga and Mr. Oizo is exactly as you’d expect!. Noisy SynthPopster Avian X is morphed into an Electro Banger by Kolt 13 and we have the dream pairing of FischerSpooner and D.I.M.. New Canadian retro synth act FM Attack build things up for us to be left with the almighty ‘We Are You Friends’ by Justice Vs. Simian as reMixed by The Disco Villains.

Empire Of The Sun – Walking On A Dream (TBS reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Database (Feat. Bonde Do Role) – Miami (MMMatthias 1981 reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Polly Scattergood – Please Don’t Touch (The Golden Filter reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Tiga – Shoes (Mr. Oizo reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Avian X – Dark Circles (Kolt 13 reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

FischerSpooner – Supply & Demand (D.I.M. Dub reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

FM Attack – Disco Attack (zSahre) (MediaFire)

Justice Vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends (Disco Villains reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Most of these artists can be picked up here:

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Photo credit:  Seetwist