The Twelves’ ‘Kitsuné Tabloid’

‘Kitsuné Tabloid By The Twelves’ is, unsurprisingly the new Tabloid artist mixtape from Kitsuné Music, it’s  (also unsurprisingly) been put together by The Twelves.

We’ve heard it, it’s pretty special.

Here is a 40 second video teaser, which is the most pointless thing in the world, but it’s all you’ve got for now. Don’t let the pointlessness of the video put you off getting excited for the album.

The Twelves’ ‘Kitsuné Tabloid’ album drops 29th August. Stay tuned.

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The Twelves reMix up Munk, right nice!

You gotta’ love a good old fashioned, salt-of-the-earth The Twelves reMix! It’s something you can rely on to be absolutely banging.

Munk is the subject of this latest rework, and his forthcoming new single ‘Violent Love’ (taken from his awesome ‘Mondo Vagabondo’ EP). The Twelves layer their Nu-Disco on thick, with a laidback, but dancey, groove with hints of dub and dancehall in the production and a slight 90’s house piano feel. It’s a full on combination but one that works so well you can’t help but move to it!

Munk – Violent Love (The Twelves reMix)

Munk’s ‘Violent Love’ is released 12th November on Gomma.

Munk @ Beatport

Munk @ Juno

Munk @ 7Digital

Munk @ Amazon

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Two Door Cinema Club Vs. The Twelves


26th April in nearly upon us, that’s when the latest volume of Kitsuné Music’s Maison series is released. Maison 9, ‘The Petit Bateau Edition Or The Cotton Issue’, amongst a who host of shockingly good artists, some new, some welcome returns, features The Twelves reMix of Two Door Cinema Club’s forthcoming single ‘Something Good Can Work’.

The Twelves bring their customary Nu-Disco flavour to the Indie tune. It’s a really good song and this reMix is right up my street, toning down the guitars and turning up the synths!

Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work (The Twelves reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Kitsuné Maison 9 ‘The Petit Bateau Edition Or The Cotton Issue’ drops 26th April.

Two Door Cinema Club @ Beatport

Two Door Cinema Club @ Juno

Two Door Cinema Club @ 7digital

Two Door Cinema Club @ Amazon

The week in Bangers: 19:04:09

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…


Wassup peeps? This week in Bangers kicks off with Joris Voorn’s Electro Acid ‘Addict’ before crashing straight into the vocoder Disco of the Tronik Youth reMix of Drlkt Freddie Freddie’s ‘Airtight’. The Nu-Disco continues with Fenech-Soiler reMixed by Combo and the Amazing Mad Decent mix of ‘Quicksand’ by ElectroPop superstar La Roux. The Twelves keep it funky with their take on Metric whilst Neon Indian provide some quirky dancefloor Noise-Pop. Mark Lam reworks Streetlife DJs hit of last year ‘We ♥ The Disco Sound’ and bring it back banging and we leave you with our favourite anthropomorphised tigers, Tigersapian, and a new reMix by Clockwork.

Joris Voorn – Addict (zShare) (MediaFIre)

Drlkt Freddie – Airtight (Tronik Youth reMix) (zShare) (MediaFIre)

Fenech-Soler – The Cult Of Romance (Combo reMix) (zShare) (MediaFIre)

La Roux – Quicksand (Mad Decent reMix) (zShare) (MediaFIre)

Metric – Help, I’m Alive (The Twelves reMix) (zShare) (MediaFIre)

Neon Indian – Deadbeat Summer (zShare) (MediaFIre)

Streetlife DJs – We ♥ The Disco Sound (Mark Lam reMix) (zShare) (MediaFIre)

Tigersapien – Used To Be (Clockwork reMix) (zShare) (MediaFIre)

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Photo credit:  Duncan Cumming

The Twelves take on A-Ha


As part of a recent Norwegian promotion by Chrysler a few artists reMixed A-ha’s absolute classic ‘Take On Me’, including Brazil’s Nu-Disco demons The Twelves.

The Twelves have previously worked their reMix magic on the likes of New Young Pony Club, Groove Armada, Black Kids and, recently, La Roux.

This reMix keeps the pop structure of the original but injects it with some Electro, Disco magic.

A-Ha – Take On Me (The Twelves reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

A-Ha have announced a new album in September ‘09 and a return to the SynthPop Sound!

A-Ha @ 7Digital

A-Ha @ Amazon