Jungle Fiction reMix Two Door Cinema Club

ReMixes of slightly old songs don’t always grab you but this mix of Two Door Cinema Club’s ‘Something Good Can Work’ by Icelandic Nu-Disco crew Jungle Fiction made me sit up and take notice.

Big, big, synths and a whole lot of groove dominate this mix. Building on the sound of their début EP the trio of young producers keep on expertly riding the line between pedal-to-the-metal Electro-House and smooth melodic Dreamwave with the kind of skill that easily ranks them up there with the Dangers and Kavinsky’s of the world.

Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work (Jungle Fiction reMix)

Jungle Fiction’s début EP is out now.

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Jungle Fiction reMix Cassette Culture

Awesome Icelandic Nu-Disco gang Jungle Fiction are back with this epic reMix of Cassette Culture’s ‘ Once We Had An Empire’.

Cassette Culture is the solo project of Tom Lowe from Indie band Kyte and here the Jungle Fiction trio bring both the melodies of Dreamwave and the buzzsaw synths of hard Electro create what seems to be the Nu-Disco equivalent of 80s hair metal, which is rad as fuck! The Fiction are defiantly up there with Kavinsky and Danger and should be kept an eye on.

Cassette Culture – We Once Had An Empire (Jungle Fiction reMix)

Cassette Culture’s self-titled album is out now.

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Happy New Year!!!

S’up Peeps? NYE is upon us and I hope each and every one of you have an awesome night full of drinking and dancing, laughing and loving.

I wanna’ take this quick opportunity to thank all of you readers, from the bottom of my heart, seriously. To know that I have helped, even just a little, to introduce people to new music, to promote new bands, to connect artists and listeners, is not something I take for granted and consider it a great honour.

So, thank you. Thank you for reading my drivel and sticking with electronic rumors this year.

And thank you to all the artists and labels who put their faith in us to promote their music, I hope we did our bit to help.

And thank you to all the artists and producers who enriched all our lives in 2010 with great tune after great tune.

electronic rumors can only go from strength to strength in 2011, we’d love it if you can along for the ride!

Right, now it’s time to party!

Starsmith – ‘One Hour To Midnight’ Mixtape

Jungle Fiction – Jungle Fiction’s New Years Eve Mixtape

Tesla Boy – Tesla Boy New Year Mixtape By Antonionni

Fiero – Fiero’s X-Mas Dessert Mix

See you in THE FUTURE!!!

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Jungle Fiction’s début EP

Icelandic Nu-Disco trio Jungle Fiction make the kind of rad summery sounds you wouldn’t normally associate with their colder climate.

With reMixes for the likes of Kele, Acid Washed & Neon Indian under their belt, it’s about time for this young trio to drop their début EP. Which they are, and giving it away for free! The guys ‘Heat Of The Nite’ EP is three tracks of urban, Sci-Fi, retro Electro. Appearing at a point where the noise powerhouse Electro of Kavinsky and Danger meet the smooth, sweeping, 80’s leads of the Valerie Collective, Jungle Fiction have produced an EP of driving Electro Disco tunes that guarantees we’re gonna’ hear more from them.

Jungle Fiction – Transhuman

Jungle Fiction – Heat Of The Nite

Finishing up the EP is a collection of reMixes from Fukkk Offf, Ishivu and F.o.o.L., it’s an amazing début should defiantly be picked up, especially as Jungle Fiction have seen fit to give it away!

You can download the whole EP from their SoundCloud page here.

Jungle Fiction @ Beatport

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