Let us introduce you to Mirrors. “But wait” you say, we already know Mirrors. Sorry, different Mirrors. This Mirrors hails from Glasgow and has a line in producing some seriously infectious House sounds that get stuck in your head and make your feet move. He’s about to release his début EP on Loungin Records to prove to the world that being able to think up an original artist name means nothing when it comes to dropping hypnotic beats.
Dip You is the kind of track you need to play again and again, once to hook has, well, hooked you in, you’ll be needing a constant fix. Taking a little from Chicago warehouses and a little from The Summer Of Love, Mirrors’ Dip You delivers a big classic House sound with a upbeat UK edge. Almost timeless in it’s sound, it’s just a pure party starter and one to get lost in on the dancefloor. The reMixes on the EP, coming from LPZ, C.O.N.E. and Wrongton & Deemas J are a bit weak in all honestly, but the original mix is worth the admission price alone.
♫ Mirrors – Dip You
Mirrors’ Dip You is released 18th March on 12”, followed by a digital release 1st April.
This week Brighton SynthPop outfit Mirrors released a brand new EP on their Bandcamp page.
The ‘This Year, Next Year, Sometime . . . ?’ EP contains two new tracks, ‘Dust’ and ‘Shooting Stars’, and five new demos. it was put together by the band to help fund their return to the studio for a new full length album and it’s well worth the price. ‘Dust’ is classic SynthPop, powerful and brooding and capturing that ‘just right’ SynthPop atmosphere of melancholy shot through with hit of hope. Along with ‘Dust’, if ‘Shooting Stars’ is anything to go by, we Mirrors get back in the studio soon. It’s a gorgeous peice of synthesizer based Indie-Electro with all the darkness and majesty you’d expect from these guys. Buying the EP seems like a worthy cause, and seven awesome tracks to boot.
♫ Mirrors – Dust
♫ Mirrors – Shooting Stars
The ‘This Year, Next Year, Sometime . . . ?’ EP is available now.
Greek SynthPop queens Marsheaux grace these pages once more to hit you up with a couple of awesome new reMixes.
First up they bring their analog Pop to HURTS’ ‘Better Than Love’, and it’s actually the best reMix of the track we’ve heard. Bright and ElectroPoppy it’s dancey without turning the song into a cheesy dance track and SynthPoppy without stepping on the original’s toes. Mirrors ‘Into The Heart’ also gets the girls attention. the Brighton SynthPop act’s forthcoming single gets an retro, analog, workout with more than a little OMD about it.