DATE: June 18th, 2016
Mexican producer Mateo González, better known as Bufi, is getting ready to drop his second album “Revelación” via his own imprint Duro and Discotexas this coming autumn. It comes nearly four years after his excellent first album “Trilogy”. Composed in France and Mexico, the new record is “a reflection of the experience lived by moving to another country and all the learning and introspection that implies.”
After sharing his track “Cosmoattack” back in February, Bufi brings some serious heat with the album’s second single “Mañana”, a disco house dancefloor bomb. A real return to form. The track comes backed with two superb remixes from Portuguese producer Moullinex, who adds an extra dose of funky vibes to the original, and Mexico’s Salón Acapulco, who delivers a trumpet-driven version with a nostalgic feel. Stream the whole thing above.
The “Mañana” EP is out now digitally on Sicario Music. Buy it here.
Portuguese producer/DJ Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, has teamed up with German producer Lorenz Rhode for a funky new track called “What U Do”. This insanely catchy summer jam mixes together Moullinex’s beat-heavy production and Rhode’s trademark talkbox. In fact, it was their mutual love for soul legend Stevie Wonder that brought the two together to create the deliciously groovy “What U Do”. Blast it above.
The single “What U Do” is out now on Discotexas. Buy it here.
DATE: November 2nd, 2015
Portuguese producer/DJ Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, just dropped a new Remix EP for some standout tracks from his recent second album “Elsewhere”. The five-track offering featuring reworkings from Miami Horror, Crackazat, Oma Nata, Savanna and Cut Slack. Here, we have for you a dancefloor-ready remix of “Can’t Stop” from Melbourne-via-LA electro-pop band Miami Horror and a piano-heavy, house rework of “Don’t You Feel” from Sweden-based Bristolian Crackazat. Strap yourself in for a serious ride.
The “Elsewhere Remixes Pt.1” is out now digitally on Discotexas.
Stream the whole thing here.
DATE: July 17th, 2015
Glorious sunshine, windows down, car stereo on full blast playing the new Moullinex remix of Portland’s producer André Allen Anjos, aka RAC, newest single “Back Of The Car”. Once again, the Portuguese producer/DJ Luis Clara Gomes has managed to turn the original sunny pop song into something special. “Moullinex is one of my favorite remixers and I love what he did with this song. He took it somewhere I never imagined,” says RAC. The Nate Henricks-featurig single “Back Of The Car”, his first new track in over a year, is out now on Battlestation Records. Get it here.
DATE: June 23rd, 2015
Take a sunny ride with this delicious remix of Moullinex’s recent single “Take A Chance”, taken from his second album “Elsewhere”, by Satin Jackets, the brainchild of German producer Tim Bernhardt. Once again, Satin Jackets delivers the goods, a six-minute remix that carries the perfect warm, summer breeze. In Moullinex’s own words: “When this beauty got to my inbox it gave me goosebumps and a huge smile on my face immediately after. I immediately pictured myself driving a white convertible Testarossa along a coastline road at sunset.” Give it a spin above, and ride with us.
The “Take A Chance” Remixes will arrive on June 29 on Discotexas. Pre-order here.
DATE: June 4th, 2015
Fresh off the release of his sophomore album “Elsewhere”, Portuguese producer/DJ Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, has shared a mew video for the record’s uplifting title track, which finds him lost in a glittery, psychedelic day-dream. The album “Elsewhere”, a superb record about dreams that perfectly blends his trademark disco and house style with soul, funk, garage rock, and psychedelic sounds, is out now on Discotexas and !K7. Buy it here.
DATE: April 21st, 2015
We’ve previously heard the deliciously catchy first single “Take A Chance”, and now Portuguese producer/DJ Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, has shared the video for the track, which was directed by Sílvio Teixeira. “Take A Chance” is lifted from his forthcoming second album “Elsewhere”, the follow-up to 2012’s “Flora”, which will drop on May 18th via Discotexas and !K7.
DATE: March 30th, 2015
Exciting news: Portuguese producer/DJ and Discotexas co-founder Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, has a new album on the way, called “Elsewhere”. Set to arrive on May 18th via Discotexas and !K7, the 11-track record is a follow-up to 2012’s much-loved debut album “Flora”. Before it drops, Moullinex has shared the delicious first single “Take A Chance”, a disco-flavored pop tune, which he describes as “feel-good melancholia”. Blast it above.
DATE: January 10th, 2015
Portuguese producer and Discotexas label co-founder Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, has launched a new mix series called ” Missing Tapes”, a “celebration of wrong turns, happy accidents and detours.” The first installment is an eclectic journey through 60’s psychedelia, Suriname boogie, Madchester pop, and Turkish prog psych rock. It’s a “trip into an era where risk taking and pushing the envelope was the norm. But I also took some wrong turns when it felt like the right thing to do,” says Moullinex. This 60-minute mix is perfect for your next road trip. Ride with us.
Legs – So Many Faces
Alan Parsons Project – Mammagamma
Mantis – Shake That Fat
Sumy – Funkin In Your Mind
Moullinex – Here Comes The Sun
New Fast Automatic Daffodils – Penguins
Alan Hawkshaw – Fuel Injection
Buster Jangle’s Flying Mattress – Love Has Taken Over My Brain
Usje Sukatma – Waiting For Your Love
Michael Wilson – Groove It To Your Body
Gabo Brown and Orchestre Poly-Rythmo – It’s A Vanity
JC Heavy – That Woman’s Mind
Stanley Clarke – Play The Bass
Rhythm Makers – Zone
Erin Koray – Cemalin
DATE: January 2nd, 2015
[Artwork: Y. Foulias]
Today, we’re psyched to share with you La.Ga.Sta.’s Top 50 most downloaded tracks of 2014. It’s a long list filled with great tunes from some of our favorite producers and bands. As always, this is a chart compiled by our readers. It’s no surprise that LA’s “daytime disco” duo Poolside sublime acid-tinged edit of Cassiano’s 1977 classic “Onda” in collaboration with São Paulo-based duo Fatnotronic is top of the list. An exclusive track taken from La.Ga.Sta.’s recent “Late Summer Compilation Vol 4.”, our most popular compilation so far with more than 30.000 downloads and still counting. Here’s your chance to revisit 2014′s most popular mpFrees. Fill it up and stay gas!
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