Moscoman: “Dark Horse” Video

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November 10th, 2014
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Israeli producer Moscoman, who is currently based in Berlin, recently dropped his second EP “Dark Horse”, a fine collection of four quality tunes on Cosmo Vitelli’s label I’m a Cliché. We’ve already featured the infectious dancefloor heater “Rerotica”, one of our favorite cuts from that release, and today, we’re premiering the visual piece for the EPs title track, a video which perfectly fits the tune’s dark and groovy sound. Peep the clip above, and get a copy of Moscoman’s great “Dark Horse” EP here.

Video edited by Natalie Feldesman.

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GL: “What Happened To Us? (Retiree Remix)”

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November 3rd, 2014
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What happens when two of our favorite new Australian bands get together? The answer lies in this deliciously funky remix of Melbourne’s synth-pop duo GL superb slow jam “What Happened To Us? (already posted here) by fellow Aussie band and labelmates Retiree, who impressed us earlier this year with their self-titled debut EP. On their remix of “What Happened To Us?, Retiree add plenty of disco-funk vibes, even their own vocals, to deliver something special with a decidedly tropical feel to it. What a ride! Today, we’re pretty excited to bring you the exclusive premiere of this remix. Blast it above, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

The original track appears on GL’s self-titled debut EP, out now via Sydney label Plastic World. The EP really marks the duo of Graeme Pogson and Ella Thompson, lovers of all things ’80s, boogie and cosmic-funk, as one to watch. Below, you can watch the video for the track “Take Me Back”, directed by Eugene Ward. You can buy the EP here.

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Acid Washed: “Golem’s Dance (Bufi Remix)”

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October 27th, 2014
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French electro duo Acid Washed, consisting of Andrew Claristidge and Richard D’Alpert, shared news with us earlier this month about “House of Melancholy Remixed”, a new collection of four unreleased remixes for some standout tracks from their superb Joakim-produced sophomore album “House of Melancholy”, released last year on Record Makers.

Today, we’re psyched to bring you the exclusive premiere of Bufi’s great remix for one of our favorite tracks from that album, “Golem’s Dance”, featuring La Mverte. In the capable hands of the talented Mexican producer/DJ Mateo González, the piano-led original track is transformed into something completely different, a dark and driving affair. Give Bufi’s remix of “Golem’s Dance” a few spins above and grab a free download for a limited time only.

Acid Washed’s “House of Melancholy Remixed” EP, which also features remixes by Moscoman, Molécule and Miss Kittin, will arrive on November 24th via Record Makers.

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Lippie: “All The Cities (Acid Washed Remix)”

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October 1st, 2014
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Last week, we shared with you a great podcast from Berlin-based producer/DJ Andrew Claristidge along with news of his forthcoming solo EP, but now it’s time to hear something new from his French electro duo Acid Washed that we’ve been following for a long time. Everything Acid Washed touched turned to gold and their epic remix of “All The Cities” from fellow French singer/songwriter Laura Peinetti, aka Lippie, is no exception.

On their remix of “All The Cities”, taken from her first solo album “An imaginary Truth”, the duo of Andrew Claristidge and Richard D’Alpert transform the original track into an eight-minute guitar-driven electro workout that feels like a late-night highway drive. This is not the first time that the two have crossed paths, as Lippie has contributed vocals to two songs on Acid Washed’s 2010 self-titled debut album. You can now grab a free download of this remix exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

And the news gets even better: Acid Washed are getting ready to drop a strong remix package for some standout tracks from their Joakim-produced second album “House Of Melancholy”, released last year via Record Makers. The “House Of Melancholy Remixed” EP will feature four new remixes by the likes of Moscoman, Molécule, Bufi and Miss Kittin. Bring it on!

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La.Ga.Sta. Late Summer Compilation Vol 4

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September 15th, 2014
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YES, it’s finally here. Today, we’re so excited to bring you the fourth installment of La.Ga.Sta.’s Late Summer Compilation series, which is now available for free download. The new compilation Vol 4 collects 15 tracks from some of our favorite artists that will not only transport you to your own dream beach, but will extend this summer to eternity. Everything we love about summer is here: delicious tropical-flavored tracks, road trips under the sun, silky smooth house tunes, cool drinks by the pool, gentle sea breezes caressing our faces, and dancing on the sand ’til dawn. You should know by now that summer on La.Ga.Sta. never ends. Ride with us.

This year’s Late Summer Compilation features exclusive unreleased tracks, along with much-loved tunes available as a free download for the first time. We hope you like it as much as we do. Shout out to all the artists and labels that contributed to the making of this compilation. Stream the whole thing below, grab it, love it, play it, and share it. Vrooom!

DOWNLOAD La.Ga.Sta.’s Late Summer Compilation Vol 4 here [190 mb]

Tracklist:

01. Nile Delta – Aztec (Pional Remix)

Lots of people have been asking us about this remix, so we’re psyched to open our new compilation with this sublime take on Melbourne’s producer Nile Delta great tune “Aztec” by Madrid-based producer and frequent John Talabot collaborator Pional. Previously only available on vinyl, this remix is now available for free download, courtesy of Cut Copy’s own Cutters Records imprint. Feel the heat under the sun!

02. Slow Hands – The Fiasco

NYC-based producer and member of Crew Love family Ryan Cavanagh, aka Slow Hands, was kind enough to contribute to our compilation a brand-new track called “The Fiasco”. With its sun-kissed vibes and slinky grooves, this tune screams summer. Slow Hands, who last grace us with his solid “Everything (We Are)” EP, can do no wrong. “The Fiasco” is now available exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.’s Compilation Vol 4.

03. Daniel.T. – Wingin’ It

Los Angeles-based DJ and producer Daniel.T., Daniel Terndrup of Cosmic Kids fame, always delivers the goods, and this brand-new track called “Wingin’ It” is no exception. We first heard it on his excellent “Resonant Places” mixtape, and now this summer-soaked jam is available for free download, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.’s Late Summer Compilation Vol 4. Pure class!

04. Atsushi Yano – Solid Gold

What a ride! Japanese producer Atsushi Yano keeps the good vibes going with “Solid Gold”, a groove-filled tune built around sun-drenched, Afro-funk-inspired rhythms that clocks in at eight minutes, but we can’t get enough of it. “Solid Gold” is taken from his “Chewy Tunes” 12″ on LPH WHITE, the sister label of the ever-excellent Brooklyn-based Let’s Play House, run by Jacques Renault and Nik Mercer. Play it loud.

05. Poolside & Fatnotronic – Onda

Our favorite Los Angeles-based “daytime disco” duo Poolside, aka Filip Nikolic and Jeffrey Paradise, have teamed up with Fatnotronic, the São Paulo duo of Bonde Do Rolê’s DJ Gorky and Phillip A. (of Killer On The Dancefloor) to deliver this superb acid-tinged edit of “Onda” from Brazilian soul legend Cassiano. This edit will appear on “Brazilian Edits Vol.1″, the first installment of a new series of reworkings of Brazilian funk and disco tunes, coming out soon via Chit Chat Records. In the meantime, grab a copy of “Onda” for free, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

06. Sinkane – How We Be (Lexx Remix)

Sudanese-born, New York-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Ahmed Gallab, aka Sinkane, just dropped his excellent second LP “Mean Love” on City Slang/DFA. Here, we have for you a superb remix of his funky, soul-drenched track “How We Be” by Swiss DJ/producer Lexx. Expect nothing, but 100% dubby goodness. You can now download this remix, courtesy of all-time favorite DFA Records.

07. Larry Gus – Human Migration

Greek-born, Milan-based singer/producer Panagiotis Melidis, aka Larry Gus (Greek for “larynx”), who wowed us with last year’s debut LP “Years Not Living” for DFA, kindly offered us this unreleased track called “Human Migration”, another fine example of his talent. It’s precious. You can always count on quality from Larry Gus.

08. Maricopa – Everyday Mysticism

Belfast-based producer Michael Dillon has made quite a name for himself as Maricopa with a handful of quality releases and a series of EPs of pure downtempo house, perfectly sun-soaked vibes and subtly melodic soundscapes. His contribution to our compilation, an exclusive new track called “Everyday Mysticism”, is yet another gorgeous slice of downtempo heaven. Dive in.

09. André Laos – Detour (Session Victim Remix)

Session Victim, one of Germany’s finest house music acts, takes us for a slow ride with this brilliant remix of “Detour” by Gothenburg-based newcomer André Laos. Filled with smooth vibes and warm grooves, this remix is taken from André Laos’ recent debut EP “Roundabout”. You can download it for free, courtesy of Let’s Play House. Great vibes all around!

10. Psychemagik – Balearic Girl

It’s time for Psychemagik. The UK cosmic-disco of Danny McLewin and Tom Coveney delivers this superb edit “Balearic Girl”, taken from a rare Swedish hairspray advert. This edit with plenty of infectious vocal hooks and dreamy beach vibes is just prefect for your “Endless Summer” playlist. The edit of “Balearic Girl” appears on Psychemagik’s final installment of the Discotheque Wreckers series.

11. Hidden Fees – So What

Brooklyn’s Hidden Fees, the duo of Ivan Berko and Thomas Gluibizzi, recent single “So What”, featuring vocals from Ghost Exits’ Christopher Exits, is one of our favorite tracks of the year so far. We’re delighted to have it as part of this year’s Late Summer Compilation, courtesy of Tim Sweeney’s always on point Beats In Space Records. A solid jam with a timeless feel.

12. Midnight Magic – Psycho For Your Love (Midnight Magic’s 2014 Rework)

Brooklyn-based cosmic disco outfit Midnight Magic never failed to amaze us. For our new compilation, they reworked their track “Psycho For Your Love”, and turn it into a sleazy disco affair that’s quite hard to resist. You can grab a free download of Midnight Magic’s 2014 rework of “Psycho For Your Love”, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

13. Woolfy Vs Projections – Ask (The Smiths Cover)

California-based musicians Simon James and Dan Hastie, aka Woolfy Vs Projections, bring us a pleasant surprise, a perfectly crafted sunny cover of The Smiths’ 1986 classic “Ask” with a Balearic feel. We have already road tested this cover, and it feels so good while driving. Another exclusive track on our compilation. Can’t wait to hear the duo’s new album on Permanent Vacation.

14. COMA – Les Dilettantes (Roosevelt Mix)

This one has been on repeat on our car stereo for the past few months. Cologne’s electronic duo COMA, aka Marius Bubat and Georg Conrad, “Les Dilettantes”, taken from their superb debut LP “In Technicolor” on Kompakt, gets a disco-infused rework by fellow German producer/singer and album collaborator Marius Lauber, aka Roosevelt. Once again, Roosevelt works his magic on “Les Dilettantes”, stretching it out into a gorgeous nearly-eight-minute dancefloor heater. Loved up!

15. Miami Horror – Wild Motion (Pete Herbert Remix)

We couldn’t think of a better way to close our new “Late Summer” compilation Vol 4 than with this classy remix of “Wild Motion”, the recent single from Melbourne-via-LA electro-pop four-piece Miami Horror, by the mighty London-based Pete Herbert. What’s not to love?

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NSFW: “Drop The Top”

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July 23rd, 2014
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We’ve been following NSFW closely for a good while now, and it’s safe to say that this talented young Dutchman, real name Alexander van Cappellen, has rarely failed to impress us with his top-notch releases. Over the past few months, NSFW has kept himself rather busy, dropping a superb EP called “The Walker” for Nervous Records and a number of quality remixes for Kraak & Smaak, Nameless, and Boys Get Hurt.

Now, he’s back in action with a brand-new track called “Drop The Top”, another dose of his disco-infused, sun-kissed house, and, as predicted, it’s totally irresistible. Filled with infectious grooves and some serious old-school vibes, “Drop The Top” has summer written all over it. Today, we’re delighted to premiere it here on La.Ga.Sta., so do yourself a favor and grab a free copy of NSFW’s “Drop The Top” for your next car rides. The heat is on.

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Luke Million Mix for La.Ga.Sta.

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July 22nd, 2014
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It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Adelaide’s disco producer Luke Million, the synth wizard of Australian duo The Swiss, here at La.Ga.Sta. HQ, so we’re pretty excited to share with you his brand-new summer mixtape. This nearly hour-long mix is full of great tunes by the likes of The Presets, Aeroplane, Moon Boots, Moullinex, Blende, Punks Jump Up, Nicky Night Time, among others. It also includes his recent classy reworks of The Doors and Pink Floyd, both parts of his new monthly series of free edits/remakes. When it comes to a cosmic disco-funk ride, Luke Million can be your only guide. So sit tight and enjoy the ride.

Tracklist:
01. Luke Million – Another Brick (Remake)
02. Les Loups feat. Cybil – Colourblind
03. Nile Rodgers – Do What You Wanna Do (Moon Boots Remix)
04. Madonna – Holiday (Fare Soldi Remix)
05. Riton feat. Meleka – Inside My Head (Aeroplane Remix)
06. Moullinex – Love Magnetic
07. Jason Burns – Do Without (The Dealer Remix)
08. Le Galaxie – Humanise (Blende Remix)
09. Birdee – So Good (Punks Jump Up Remix)
10. Nicky Night Time – Everybody Together
11. The Presets – No Fun
12. Luke Million – Riders (Remake)

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JBAG: “Through Blue” (feat. Kamp!)

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July 18th, 2014
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It’s been a long, long time coming, but finally JBAG, the London-based, French-Italian dance duo of Jerry Bouthier and Andrea Gorgerino, return to our speakers with a new single called “Through Blue”, after last year’s much-played “Mogadisco”.

For this new single, JBAG have teamed up with Tomek Szpaderski, lead singer of Polish electro-pop trio Kamp!, to deliver a perfectly crafted track just in time for your carefree summer rides. Fueled by slick grooves, gentle piano stabs and playful steel drums, “Through Blue” is such a great tune that certainly evokes a sense of bittersweet nostalgia. We’re pretty excited to bring you the first listen. You can get your fill of the six-plus-minute original version of “Through Blue” above.

The four-track “Through Blue” EP, which comes complete with fine remixes by Holmes Price, Jay Lamar & Jesse Oliver and Venice Beach, will arrive on July 21 via Jerry Bouthier’s own imprint Continental Records. You can pre-order your copy here. In related news, Jerry Bouthier’s new “Kitsuné Trip Mode” mix for his longtime label home Kitsuné will arrive on September 8th. Also, keep your eyes peeled for Kamp!’s new EP “Baltimore”, due out soon via Cascine. Update: You can now grab a free download of the dub version of “Through Blue” below.

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Frames & Felix Lloyd: “Pacifique (Polographia Remix)”

DATE:
July 15th, 2014
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A few months ago, Sydney-based producer/DJ Frames caught our ears with his superb three-track “Pacifique” EP on Sweat It Out Music. Now, Frames is revisiting the EPs title track, a rework of Deep Forest’s “Pacifique” in collaboration with fellow Aussie producer Felix Lloyd, with a strong remix package that freshens up the smooth, tropical-flavored tune. Perfect timing for those long summer rides.

Today, we’re delighted to bring you the exclusive premiere of Sydney’s Polographia brilliant remix of Frames & Felix Lloyd’s “Pacifique” for your listening pleasure. On their remix, the rising duo of Moktar Youngblood and Daniel Finn, injects the original’s sound with an extra dose of lush vibes. The result is a colorful blast of sunlight and warm, playful steel drums, and rhythmic punch. Give it a spin or two above.

The “Pacifique” Remix EP will drop on July 18th via Sweat It Out Music. The release also features remixes by the likes of Moonbase Commander, Murat Kilic and the “Osaka” version. You can pre-order your copy here.

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The Penelopes: “Time To Shine (Moullinex Remix)”

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June 13th, 2014
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More Moullinex? Yes, please! Our beloved Portuguese producer/DJ and Discotexas label co-founder Luis Clara Gomes is on fire at the moment. Over the past few weeks, Moullinex has dropped one quality tack after another, delivering excellent remixes for Röyksopp and Robyn, and Korean duo Glen Check, as well as his collaborative track “In The Shade” with fellow Portuguese indie-pop duo Best Youth.

Today is a big day for Moullinex. He just dropped his infectious house jam “Love Magnetic” on Gomma, his first original material in two years, but there’s more to come! We’re psyched to premiere his brand-new disco remix of “Time To Shine” by The Penelopes, the London-based Parisian duo of Axel Basquiat and Vincent T. It’s a brilliant, desert-drive remix that will lead you straight to the dancefloor. And yes, it doesn’t get much better than this. You can now stream this remix, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

The Penelopes’ “Time To Shine” EP, which also features remixes by Kitsuné’s very own Is Tropical and Night Drive, is out now via Pour Le Monde Records. Buy here. As a bonus, you can download the original version of “Time To Shine” for free here.

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