[Video] David E. Sugar’s ‘Pushing To Be The First’

 

David E. Sugar   Pushing To Be First  Official Video    YouTube

London based ecclectic electronic producer David E. Sugar is back with a new single, Pushing To Be The First, on Future Future Records released next month. A deep and dreamy slice of intoxicating HousePop.

Check the lo-fi video for the track, VHS effects ahoy!

David E. Sugar’s Pushing To Be The First is released 10th February.

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David E. Sugar new single

David E. Sugar’s third single from his ‘Memory Store’ album is on it’s way.

‘Fingers On The Button’ is quintessential Sugar, toytown synths and an Indie sensibility mix up to produce a really personal, yet quite dancey tune. David has had his hand in so many different styles of ElectroPop before reaching the place where he is now, and that experience and influence was such a benefit to an amazing album and it’s singles.

David E. Sugar – Fingers On The Button

‘Fingers On The Button’ is released 13th June on Sunday Best.

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David E. Sugar’s ‘Flea Market’ video

David E. Sugar had just dropped the video for his latest single ‘Flea Market’.

David is kinda’ quietly making some of the best ElectroPop in the country and this single is no exception with an added Folktronica flavour. The video, directed by Thomas Knights, continues his tradition of making simple but effective clips.

The ‘Flea Market; single is out now.

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David E. Sugar’s ‘Party Killer’ video

We dropped previews of David E. Sugar’s new single ‘Party Killer’ last week, now the video clip has premiered.

Created by Lewis Arnold & Phil Barber the video sees David interacting with images of himself. Clever stuff!

Watch with your eyes!

‘Party Killer’ will be released as a limited edition 7” and the digital remix package, followed by a full length album in October.

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David E. Sugar’s a ‘Party Killer’

ChipTune pioneer turned Electro-House guru David E. Sugar’s forthcoming single, on Rob Da Bank’s Sunday Best label, sees a pretty huge shift in direction toward a more Electro-Punky, or Indie-Electro sound.

Featured on the forthcoming ‘Kitsuné X Ponystep’ compilation, the track, ‘Party Killer’ is a raw and raucous party anthem with jagged disco guitars and David’s stripped down vocals over a smooth summer beat.

the reMix backup comes from  Disco Of Doom, The Phenomenal Hand Clap Band, Renaissance Man, Sunday Best themselves and Adam Smith who keeps most of the song structure but chops up vocals and guitar and melds them to a more dancefloor friendly Electro track. Defiantly the banger option in the reMix package.

David E. Sugar – Party Killer (Adam Smith reMix)

‘Party Killer’ will be released as a limited edition 7” and the digital remix package, followed by a full length album in October.

David E. Sugar  @ Beatport

David E. Sugar  @ Juno

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The Ghost’s ‘City Lights’

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Residents of the Faroe Islands and recent Sunday Best signings The Ghost have been tipped as ‘one to watch’ by the NME for their unique mix of vintage ElectroPop and Indie.

Gearing up for the June release of their début album, ‘War Kids’, the duo are dropping their first UK single in May. ‘City Lights’ which is as anthemic as it is introspective. Amongst others the reMix duties are handled by none other than Mr. David E Sugar who presents a typically upbeat Electro-House mix with some pretty euphoric (in a good way) breakdowns. I’m also really digging  The Deadstock 33s robo-Disco reMix, I could listen to that synth bass all day!

The Ghost – City Lights (David E Sugar Wish reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

The Ghost – City Lights (The Deadstock 33’s reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

31st May sees the release of ‘City Lights’.

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