Sunday #260

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May 1st, 2016
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A track for Sunday: Take a slow ride with “Millions”, a perfect slice of deep house driven by piano stabs from Kim Brown, the Berlin duo of Ji-Hun Kim and Julian Braun. The track appears on the pair’s second album “Wisdom Is A Dancer”, out now via Just Another Beat.

Buy it here.

Gasback:
“20 Tracks For 200 Sundays” – A Mixtape by La.Ga.Sta.

Floorplan: “Tell You No Lie”

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April 30th, 2016
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Legendary Detroit techno producer Robert Hood is gearing up for the release of his second Floorplan album, set to drop on June 10th via his own M-Plant label. Entitled “Victorious”, the new 11-track, a follow-up to 2013’s debut “Paradise”, was made with his daughter, Lyric Hood. Our first taste from the upcoming album comes in the form of “Tell You No Lie”, an eight-plus-minute disco-gospel epic that sounds like another Floorplan anthem in waiting.

The single “Music/Tell You No Lie” is out now digitally via M-Plant. Buy it here.

Holy Ghost!: “Compass Point”

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April 30th, 2016
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Holy Ghost!, the Brooklyn-based synth-dance duo of Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser, just dropped their great new “Crime Cutz” EP of four well-crafted tunes and it was definitely worth the wait. Get your Saturday groove on with “Compass Point”, a standout cut from the record. The “Crime Cutz”, which follows 2013’s sophomore album “Dynamics” and last year’s remix album “Work For Hire”, is out now digitally on DFA Records. And just in case you missed it, check out the EPs title track, a seven-minute funky disco jam, here.

Buy the EP here.

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Holy Ghost!: “Crime Cutz” [Eli Escobar Remix]

Rebolledo: “Mondo Alterado” Video

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April 30th, 2016
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With the release of his second album “Mondo Alterado” just a few weeks away, Mexican producer and DJ Rebolledo, one half of the duo Pachanga Boys alongside Superpitcher, has shared this cool short documentary that contains 16mm shots from 70’s and new video material. In this retro style clip we can see the technology, mind set and design behind “Mondo Alterado”. Just perfect! The “Mondo Alterado” LP, the follow-up to his 2011 debut album “Super Vato”, will arrive on May 27 on Pachanga Boys’ Hippie Dance imprint.

Directed by GRAPHSET.

You can pre-order the album here.

Gasback:
John Talabot: “When The Past Was Present” [Pachanga Boys Purple Remix]

Norwegian disco king Todd Terje is back with a new EP called “The Big Cover-Up” of disco covers. Set to drop on June 17th via his own Olsen label, the eight-track record marks Terje’s first studio collaboration with his live band, the Olsens. Digging through their extensive collections of well-loved wax, Terje and the gang have specially selected a quartet of disco classics ripe for a remake. The EP includes covers of tracks by Yellow Magic Orchestra/Martin Denny, Martin Circus, Boney M and Vangelis, as well as remixes of those tracks by Daniel Maloso, Dan Tyler, Prins Thomas, and Øyvind Morken. Check out Daniel Maloso’s remix of their cover of Boney M.’s “Baby Do You Wanna Bump” above.

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Jaga Jazzist: “Oban” [Todd Terje Remix]

Ry X: “Deliverance (Fort Romeau Remix)”

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April 28th, 2016
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London producer Mike Greene, aka Fort Romeau, delivers the goods once again. Take a ride with his finely crated house remix of “Deliverance”, the newest single from Australian singer-songwriter Ry Cuming, aka Ry X. The single “Deliverance” will appear on Ry X’s upcoming debut solo album “Dawn”, which arrives on May 6th on Infectious Music.

Pre-order it here.

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Fort Romeau: “Seventyfour”

Digitalism: “Go Time” Video

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April 28th, 2016
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German electronic duo Digitalism have shared a new video for their infectious track “Go Time”, the first official single off their upcoming third album “Mirage”, their first studio album in five years, set to drop on May 13th via Magnetism Recordings/PIAS. Pre-order it here.

Directed by Joan Guasch.

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Digitalism: “Utopia”

Sally Shapiro: “If You Ever Wanna Change Your Mind”

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April 28th, 2016
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We’ve been following Sally Shapiro for a long, long time, so it’s really sad to hear that the Swedish disco-pop duo, consisting of the producer Johan Agebjörn and an anonymous singer, have decided to call it quits. Here’s Sally Shapiro’s final single “If You Ever Wanna Change Your Mind”, which was co-produced with Mitch Murder. The new two-track single will arrive on May 12th via Fika Recordings, the 10th anniversary of their first 12″, “I’ll Be By Your Side”. The record’s b-side features an acoustic interpretation of David Guetta’s “Dangerous”. Goodbye Sally Shapiro.

“This is it.Thanks for everything. We did the best we could. Everything came from the heart. Everything was in stereo.” – Sally Shapiro

You can pre-order the single here.

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Sally Shapiro: “If It Doesn’t Rain”

Surahn: “Into The Distance (Wealth Remix)”

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April 28th, 2016
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We’ve already heard Surahn’s second single “Into The Distance” off his upcoming debut solo album, accompanied by a beautifully shot video. Now, the ever-prolific Australian singer/songwriter/producer and long-time touring member of Empire Of The Sun has something special to share with all of you, a superb disco-infused remix of the track by Wealth, a joint project between himself and longtime friend and musical collaborator Omar Varts. Grab it for free below, and take a ride into the sunset. The “Into The Distance” remix is out now via Surahn’s own imprint, Utopian State. Buy it here.

Download it for free here.

Gasback:
Surahn: “Wanted To Fly”

Roosevelt: “Colours / Moving On” Video

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April 27th, 2016
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Cologne-based singer/producer Marius Lauber, aka Roosevelt, will finally drop his self-titled debut album on August 19th on Greco-Roman/City Slang, and today, he’s shared a cool new video, which features two tracks from the record, the disco-infused pop jam “Colours” and the breezy track “Moving On” of Balearic percussive grooves. Roosevelt’s debut LP includes twelve tracks of his signature hazy, loved-up guitar pop. Pre-order it here.

Directed by Elliott Arndt.

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Roosevelt: “Night Moves”
Roosevelt: “Hold On”