[MP3] p e a c e Fire’s return

p e a c e Fire

Remember p e a c e FIRE? They were a blog staple a few years back, dropping some seriously awesome reMixes culminating in the awesome Sapphire Rainbow EP. He’s been a bit quiet recently, letting loose the occasional track here and there but generally keeping a low profile. Well, that’s all about to change, as Keenhouse’s Sunlinxx Records are gearing up to release p e a c e FIRE’s massive new single, which you can grab your exclusive first listen to right here.

Death By English is the name of the new single, and fans of really electronic Disco should rejoice. The Tokyo resident has pulled out all the stops on this new single. Revolving around an insanely catchy synth riff Death By English is bright like starlight. Everything about it sound crisp, and although highly robotic, the track has so much soul. Layers of punchy synth bass, piercing leads, and an intense analog groove. Death By English is an intricately crafted track that never looses sight of either musicality or the dancefloor. What more could you ask for? A very welcome return. The exciting news is p e a c e FIRE is currently holed-up in his studio working on a full length record, to be released later in the year. While you’re here, check out p e a c e FIRE’s crazy good reMix of Swiss Trance artist  Tatana’s,  Ingrid Lukas featuring, No Lie. Available to download below, the track is a slo-mo Sci-Fi Disco oddessy with a Dubby beat, loaded with analog synth melodies and sweeping soundscapes. It’s what music sounds like in the future. It sounds like it’s going to be a good year for p e a c e FIRE.

♫ p e a c e FIRE – Death By English

Tatana (Feat. Ingrid Lukas) – No Lie (p e a c e FIRE Reprise)

p e a c e FIRE’s Death By English is released 5th February.

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Freak You reMixes Tatana


Here’s the latest output from On The Fruit main man Freak You. Premièring yesterday on Discobelle this is the Freak’s take in Swiss Trance artist  Tatana’s,  Ingrid Lukas featuring, No Lie. It sounds like it gave Franck a chance to really get his teeth into some classic dance sounds.

This one is all about the hypnotic bassline. That big of euphoric business is probably the reason the likes of Grum, MiGHty mOUse, Pat Lok, and Cosmonauts are already spinning the tune, it’s a dancefloor rocker. No one to stick to one genre or other, Franck mixing is a little Tropical flavour and some classic 90s House grooves to deliver a pretty timeless Dance track. Quite moody, quite ethereal, but quite optimistic and majestic too, this is another Freak You success.

Tatana (Feat. Ingrid Lukas) – No Lie (Freak You reMix)

Tatana’s No Lie is out now.

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