TB: “Glitter”

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November 12th, 2017
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Munich’s Permanent Vacation label co-founder Tom Bioly return under his TB alias with a new EP, entitled “Heartbreak Hotel”, which will land almost two year after his superb debut “City Girl” EP. The new record is a double 12-inch release with eight tracks of melancholic dance noir set in smoke-filled darkness. Acid bobbles, distorted strings and echoed guitars are mangled and layered on machine beats and disco drums. One of our favorite cuts from the EP is “Glitter”, a gorgeous hypnotic tune. Enjoy the ride.

TB’s “Heartbreak Hotel” EP is out now digitally via Permanent Vacation.
Pre-order your 12” here

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TB: “City Girl”

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Prins Thomas: “Å (Pional Piano Mix)”

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November 12th, 2017
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Norwegian disco maestro Prins Thomas is getting ready to drop his new album “5” on November 24th via his newly minted Prins Thomas Musikk label. The new 11-track record, written after 2016’s ambient LP Principe Del Norte”, was inspired by Plaid, Teenage Fanclub, a bout of bronchitis, American jazz guitarist Pet Metheny and homesickness on the road. Before it drops, we’re treated to a finely crated, piano-laden remix of the album’s first single “Å” by Spanish producer Pional. Give it a spin above.

Get yourself a copy of Pional’s remix here.

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Prins Thomas: “B”

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After dropping the Emma Louise-featuring “Arty Boy” back in June, Sydney-based electronic duo Flight Facilities are back with their superb new single “Stranded”, which features New Zealand electronic duo Broods, Reggie Watts and LA vocalist Saro as well as additional instrumentation from Touch Sensitive on bass, Piers Lane on piano and Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa on drums. You can watch the beautifully shot video for the track, which was directed by Tom Noakes. The single “Stranded” is out now via Future Classic & Glassnote.

Buy it here.

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Flight Facilities: “Arty Boy” (feat. Emma Louise)

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Essaie pas: “Futur parlé” Video

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November 10th, 2017
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Montreal electronic duo Essaie pas, comprised of Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau, make a welcome return with their new single “Futur parlé”, the first taste off their forthcoming new album. Speaking about the track, Essaie pas say: “We decided to conceptualize this one based on Philip K Dick’s work, by paying tribute to his classic novel ‘A Scanner Darkly’. You will hear Marie’s tripped-out pseudo-scientific verbiage in the spirit of the book’s bleak but humorous dialogs, over hypnotic pads of strings, punctuated by dramatic stabs and sensual rhythmic patterns.”

The single “Futur parlé” comes hand-in-hand with a video, which was directed by Christopher Royal King. The clip brings this modern interpretation of “A Scanner Darkly” to life, merging rushes of surveillance and drone cameras, abstract digital landscapes, and facial recognition software. Watch it above.

The single “Futur parlé” is out now on DFA Records. Buy it here.

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Essaie Pas: “Le Port Du Masque Est De Rigueur”

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Chromeo: “Juice” Video

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November 7th, 2017
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You got the Juice? More importantly, you ready to get funky? Dave 1 and P-Thugg, better known as the Montreal synth-funkers Chromeo, have shared a fantastic video for their new single “Juice”, the first taste from their forthcoming fifth album “Head Over Heels”. The track captures Chromeo’s trademark cheeky lyrics and soulful vocals on top of a bass-heavy, synth-laden California bop. The video showcases the Funklordz in a whole new light, blurring the line between muse and artist and seeing their iconic leg imagery come full circle.

Directed by David Wilson.

Chromeo’s new album “Head Over Heels”, which follows 2014’s LP “White Women” is coming soon via Big Beat/Atlantic. Get yourself a copy of the single “Juice” here.

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Chromeo: “Old 45’s”

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[Premiere] Delfonic: “The Flow”

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November 6th, 2017
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More heat from the ever-excellent Brooklyn label Razor’n’Tape. The label’s next release comes from German producer and DJ Markus Lindner, aka Delfonic, the founder of Berlin’s eminently respected OYE Records. His first offering for the label, the 12-inch “Delfonic OYE Edits”, finds him delivering three quality floor-friendly disco reworks. Today, we’re excited to premiere the record’s A-side cut, a smooth and soulful track called “The Flow”, a club-ready rework of an underground Jamaican disco classic. What’s not to love? Stream it above, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

The “Delfonic OYE Edits” 12” arrives on November 10th via Razor’n’Tape.
Pre-order your copy here.

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Cooper Saver & Patrick Holland: “How About”

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November 6th, 2017
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This one has been on repeat on our car stereo for a while now. Los Angeles-based producer/DJ Cooper Saver has joined forces with Canadian producer Patrick Holland, aka Project Pablo, to deliver a sublime disco edit “How About”, guaranteed to light up any dancefloor. It’s taken from the “Common Edits” 12”, which also features tracks from Eddie C, El Molito and Dane, out now via Canada’s Common Edit. Pick up your 12” here.

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Holy Ghost! – Crime Cutz” [Cooper Saver Remix]
Project Pablo: “Is It Dry?”

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SlothBoogie Editz 001: “Acid Fantasy”

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November 6th, 2017
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Our good friends over at SlothBoogie have recently launched a new label acting as an outlet for some of their most sought after shady dancefloor weapons. The label’s new release, the inaugural “SBEDITZ001”, is an EP of three edits and pure disco/house goodness. Our favorite cut from the record is “Acid Fantasy”, a quality dancefloor heater. Great vibes all round. Let’s boogie!

The “SlothBoogie Editz 001” is out now. Pick up your copy here.

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Total Giovanni: “Your Light (Tuff City Kids Remix)”

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November 6th, 2017
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Tuff City Kids, the German duo of Phillip Lauer and Running Back boss Gerd Janson, are on remix duties once again with this splendid remix of “Your Light , the latest single from Melbourne’s eclectic disco quintet Total Giovanni. In their hands, the original track is transformed into something rather special. Blast it above. The “Your Light” Remixes EP is out now via Dot Dash/Remote Control.

Get yourself a copy of Tuff City Kids’s remix of “Your Light” here.

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Tuff City Kids with Joe Goddard: “Tell Me” [Tensnake Remix]

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Axel Boman: “Just Imagine (Part I & II)”

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November 6th, 2017
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Seven years into its celebrated journey, Life And Death assembles its third and most adventurous compilation to date, “Displaced Soundtracks”. For the first instalment in a new series, label owner DJ Tennis has given free rein to some of his most trusted contemporaries, enabling many of today’s most respected dance music producers to display their hidden talents as composers. Gathering music from a long-aborted film, the collection stands as another bastion of Life and Death’s perpetual evolution. The 11-track compilation feautres tracks from Simian Mobile Disco, KiNK, Redshape, Danny Daze and more. One of our favorite cuts from the release is “Just Imagine (Part I & II)”, a sublime new track from Swedish producer and Studio Barnhus label co-founder Axel Boman, who delivers a sitar-laced gospelhouse without a bass drum. Enjoy the ride.

The “Displaced Soundtracks Vol. 1” is out now on Life And Death. Buy it here.

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Axel Boman: “Sunrise Over Slussen”

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