Yuksek has remixed French duo Lill Wood & The Prick’s 2012 single ‘Middle of The Night’, the duo was formed in 2006 by Nili Hadida and Benjamin Cotto who met in a café and decided to collaborate on writing songs together.
Somehow, someway, we’ve been treated to another synth-inspired journey courtesy of Los Angeles duo, Classixx and their label, Innovative Leisure. Classixx and their debut album have been recently spotted everywhere from Times Square in New York, to sold out venues in California for their tours with The Presets and Holy Ghost!
So now that the hysteria surrounding Daft Punk’s new album has died down a bit we thought we’d share a couple of edits/remixes that have come our way which aren’t completely terrible.
La Belle’s Golden Bug is giving away a lovely edit of Black Keys ‘Everlasting’ for free – to grab it all you need to do is head over to the link below to grab your free mp3.
Villa continue to explore their varied influences through their on-going mix series, this month’s mix sees the disco producers go deep.
Acid Washed have done a rather splendid remix of Tristesse Contemporaine’s new single ‘Waiting’ – listen to it below and be on the look out for Acid Washed’s debut album soon.
Paulie brings his A-game for the latest instalment of his Hot Mix series, follow and like his social network links to be the first to find out the tracklisting.
Finland’s Jesse Oliver is fairly new to us, the Helsinki native has had releases on Portugal’s Discotexas in the past, who I’m sure we all know, but today’s release comes from our friends over at French imprint On The Fruit.
Young French producer Pyramid is slap-bang in the middle of purple patch having caught our attention with his recently released Kitsune EP – well he’s back but on a remix tip with a suitably futuristic remix for AV’s new single ‘Venus Bar’, which is out now via Police Records.
The new edition of Late Night Tales journeys to Scandinavia to invite Norwegian duo Röyksopp to delve through their record collection. Their Late Night Tales mix is eclectic, diverse and wonderful. Sliding from light folk to widescreen ambience to experimental rock to prog-pop (seasoned with the occasional guilty pleasure); it’s all in the spirit of the night.
Bronson’s ‘Diamonds’ is the 14th release from Belgian imprint Smile Recordings, the EP is a collaboration between Poka (Dimitris) and Etal (Vassilis), a brand new duo straight from Athens, Greece.
Brooklyn-based synthpop duo Holy Ghost! have unveiled the new music video for their new song ‘Dumb Disco Ideas’ which is being released by DFA.
It’s been a while since Ronny graced HBF, in fact it was probably her last track made alongside Mylo. Well as you’d expect she’s knee deep in album stuff and has released a new track, ‘Rough n Soothe’, from said forthcoming album last month.
Flight Facilities’ new track ‘I Didn’t Believe’ featuring Eliazabeth Rose didn’t quite do it for us, but thankfully secretive duo Tiger & Woods are on hand to give the Aussies’ track a nice lick of organic disco paint.
In Fields, which consists of Ed Cox (from London) and Raoul Marks (from Melbourne), have just released their latest EP via French boutique label I’m A Cliche, who have caught our attention recently with their excellent weekly Edits Service.
‘Close Encounter’ is the the forth EP from Swiss disco producer Worship, and has just been released by the good folks at Barcelona-based Holographic People.
Zone Music have a new slice of brutal techno lineup for their 12th release as the reins are handed over to French producer Maelstrom, who has had releases on labels including Dirtybird, Sound Pellegrino and BNR Trax.
Toulous-based trio Hypnolove, comprising of Thierry (vocals/keys), Henning (vocals/chords/drums) and Nicolas (guitar/bass), have just released their new album via French label Record Makers, the home of Sebastien Tellier and Kavinsky.
Trying to review Daft Punk’s new album was never going to be easy, hell, an album that weighs in at 75 minutes long, with a list of collaborators that sounds like the future rock’n'roll hall of fame, was always going to be difficult to tie down in under 500 words. Then there’s the hype; rumours of upwards of 30 million dollars has been spent on promoting the 4th studio album, ‘Random Access Memories’, from French duo Daft Punk.
Yuksek’s newly formed label Partyfine celebrates its first release this week, with the resulting collaborative EP now available to buy from all good record stores.