Walter Sobcek’s take on Keren Ann

The awesome multi-national production outfit Walter Sobcek inject themselves back into our ears this week with this reMix of Israeli singer/songwriter Keren Ann’s ‘My Name Is Trouble’.

Giving the original a retro synth covering they take a quaint little tune and turn it into a laid back summer jam extreme. The vocal sounds amazing with the Sobcek treatment and the guys seem to be revelling in the Rock elements of the song to make an epic 80’s killer tune.

Keren Ann – My Name Is Trouble (Walter Sobcek reMix)

Hopefully Walter Sobcek’s new EP won’t be far behind.

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You! & Walter Sobcek

It was only a couple of days ago that we posted the first round of reMixes of Parisian duo You!’s ‘Heart’, well looks like they are saving the best ‘til last. There’s an eagerly awaited Edwin Van Cleef mix on the way and this track by awesome French, yet International, duo Walter Sobcek!

This mix is SO good, it’s interesting what that usually chilled Walter Sobcek do with the faster pace of the You! track. The end result is a beat that is as smooth as the smoothest Dreamwave but also full of driving energy. Like a massive 80’s rock track covered by a Dreamwave act, complete with solo in the finale, the track is a Jekyll & Hyde of laid back Miami nights and peak time in a sweaty rave.

Well done Misters Sobcek!

You! – Heart (Walter Sobcek Rmx)

Also, it’s amazing the amount of people who spell Walter Sobcek wrong, and think it’s one dude! LOL

We’ll have the Edwin Van Cleef reMix coming up for you soon, You!’s self titled début album is out now.

You! @ Beatport

You! @ Juno

You! @ 7Digital

You! @ Amazon

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Chilly Gonzales reMixes by Walter Sobcek

Chilly Gonzales’ ‘You Can Dance’ is an amazing tune in it’s own right, but let awesome French ElectroPop producers Walter Sobcek get their hands on it for an official reMix and you’re on to something really special!

WS take the vocal hook and run with it into their own amazing SynthPop land. whereas the original was a cool piano led Disco tune that could get any dancefloor moving, Walter Sobcek’s mix is so awesomely 80’s epic that it would have kids dancing in the streets, on top of cars, postmen and cops too! You know what I’m saying!

Chilly Gonzales – You Can Dance (Walter Sobcek reMix)

Gonzales’ ‘You Can Dance’ EP with reMixes by Walter Sobcek, Edwin Van Cleef and Gemini Club is out as a Juno exclusive 30th February.

Chilly Gonzales @ Beatport

Chilly Gonzales @ Juno

Chilly Gonzales @ 7Digital

Chilly Gonzales @ Amazon

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T.B.S. – The Bloody Sisters

T.B.S. (A.K.A. The Bloody Sisters) are a Parisian duo who are bringing the fuck back to us after all this dark synth stuff! 😉

‘Rock Your Body (T.B.S. AutoreMix)’ features American singer Enois Scroggins and Frenchman Rpiz on the talkbox and is some severely groove laden French Touch to chill you out with a rolling bass you can’t resist! The Frenchmen have also reMixed Walter Sobcek’s awesome ‘Je Me Souviens’ layering the dreamy SynthPop with their own Disco style.

The prefect comedown to a stressful day!

T.B.S. – Rock Your Body (T.B.S. AutoreMix)

Walter Sobcek – Je Me Souviens (T.B.S. reMix)

The ‘Rock Your Body’ single is released 29th October in Sismic Music.

T.B.S. @ Beatport

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Walter Sobcek’s ‘Je Me Souviens’ video

Check out some summery dreaminess in the brand new video for Walter Sobcek’s ‘Je Me Souviens’. I won’t re-iterate what we thought of the track, you can read and download the NightWaves reMix in our post earlier this week, suffice to say it’s pretty awesome.

Just enjoy:

The ‘Je Me Souviens’ EP is out now on Sismic Music

Walter Sobcek @ Beatport

Walter Sobcek @ Amazon

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Walter Sobcek – Je Me Souviens (+ NightWaves reMix)

Multi-national duo Walter Sobcek are releasing their début EP for Sismic Music this month and, frankly, it’s pretty awesome!

The title track ‘Je Me Souviens (Original ZHive reMix)’ is a strange combination of uplifting and melancholy, French and English, dancey and dreamy, with some almost baroque phrases that all adds up to a truly satisfying crescendo. It may have just missed the summer but this is pure strain summer haze ElectroPop.

Speaking of summer haze ElectroPop, LA’s kings of the scene NightWaves return the reMixing favour (Walter Sobcek reMixed their ‘Sweet Carrie’) with a smooth, chilled, driving reMix.

Walter Sobcek – Je Me Souviens (Original ZHive reMix)

Walter Sobcek – Je Me Souviens (NightWaves reMix)

Walter Sobcek are fast becoming a duo to watch!

The ‘Je Me Souviens’ EP is out now on Sismic Music

Walter Sobcek @ Beatport

Walter Sobcek @ Amazon

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Walter Sobcek

We’ve featured a couple of Walter Sobcek’s reMixes recently, for NightWaves and Housse De Racket, so when they stopped by the electronic rumors Inbox with a preview of their forthcoming EP we were eager to listen.

Hailing from Paris and Berlin this duo make some slick retro sounding SynthPop which is perfectly exemplified by their vocoder laden cover of Hall & Oats’ ‘She’s Gone’, a smooth as hell chilled summer jam.

Walter Sobcek – She’s Gone (Hall & Oates Cover)

To celebrate the the track Walter Sobcek have put together this video which, in their own words, is a ‘tribute to Jennifer Connelly and Rollerskating’ (luckily it’s hot late 80’s/early 90’s Jennifer Connelly, not 00’s anorexic Jennifer Connelly). The video is made up of clips from John Hughes’ 1991 movie ‘Career Opportunities’ and works so well with the song!

Walter Sobcek release a single last year you can still pick up and are looking to release their new EP in September.

Walter Sobcek @ Amazon

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