Aeroplane has graced us with a new mixtape to celebrate his birthday today – so check it out as it’s jam-packed full of great tracks including Martin Dubka’s new remix of Majestique’s ‘Must Get There’.
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Justin Timberlake’s latest track ‘Suit & Tie’ is the first song to be taken from his new album which is out on Monday. The original is average, but it does posses a superbly crafted rnb vocal that is screaming out like a prepubescent teen for a full-on disco remix.
Having wowed us with his recent remix of Compuphonic and his work on Yelle’s new song, it’s safe to say Aeroplane is cruising at 35,000 feet at the moment.
We’ve been wittering on about Aeroplane’s new remix for fellow Belgian Compuphonic and his latest single ‘Sunset’ which has been re-released today with a new remixes package via Get Physical.
Check out the full version of Aeroplane’s Miami inspired remix of Mixhell’s ‘Exit Wound’ – it sees the Belgian producer combine hip hop bass drums with crisp neon synths.
As you may already know Alex Metric is releasing a new EP, called ‘Ammunition Pt2′. It comes with two brand-new tracks (one with LA duo Oliver), and three remixes of ‘Rave Weapon’, which was the lead track from his last ‘Ammunition’ EP.
Aeroplane has remixed Giorgio’s Moroder’s ‘From Here To Eternity’ as part of MB disco’s remix compilation which sees a host of remixers having a go at remixing disco royalty.
Today marks the first release of Aeroplane’s new label Aeropop, and the first release is ‘In Her Eyes’, featuring some sweet vocals from Jamie Principle. It’s a welcome departure from his usual club/remix output and is more akin to something you might hear on a future Aeroplane album.
Finally it’s here. That’s right, you can listen to Oliver’s long-lost remix of Aeroplane’s ‘We Can’t Fly’. ‘We Can’t Fly’ was, of course, the title of Aeroplane’s debut album and the Oliver remix never actually made it on the original single release and now will only be available as part of Eskimo’s tenth anniversary boxset.
Aeroplane is embarking on a new chapter with the creation of his new label and management company Aeropop; the first release is a new original from Vito himself, called ‘In Her Eyes’ featuring vocals from Jamie Principle.
The poster boy for disco mixtapes, Aeroplane, is back with his famed monthly mix series, only this month’s is a bit late so he’s called it the ‘Not-So-Monthly’ mix. To be honest you really can’t blame him for being a bit late, if we were travelling the world on budget airlines the last thing we’d want to do in our spare time would be making mixtapes, especially, when you could be, say, making a new album or launching a new label Aeropop.
New Zealander singer songwriter Kimbra made a big impression on us last year with her song ‘Cameo Lover’ which was remixed by Dutch funk master Shook, well the songstress is finally back with a new track ‘Two Way Street’ and this time its been remixed disco don Aeroplane.
To celebrate their 10th anniversary Eskimo Recordings will release a 5-CD compilation box set featuring a whole CD of unreleased remixes from the likes of DJ Harvey, Solomun, Deetron, Moonlight Matters and, of course, Oliver’s remix of Aeroplane’s ‘We Can’t Fly’.
Plastic Plates is making his Kitsune debut on September 10 with 3 tracks of warm, bouncy nu-disco – to get you super excited Kitsune are giving away a minimix from Aeroplane – we’re not sure why it’s Vito, maybe Jerry was busy. Anyway the EP is great, and really reminds of the gold ol’ days of shiny nu-disco.
He’s back, he’s back. Vito has just brighten up our day with the latest Aeroplane mixtape – having take a little sebastical he has finally graced us with a new 1 hour mix of his favourite tracks, and just from the looking at the tracklisting you can tell he’s on his a-game.
An Aeroplane remix is a bit of a rarity these days, but a free download – that’s like seeing a Unicorn. When one does drop you know it’s bound to be pretty special. He’s remixed Erika Spring’s ‘Happy At Your Gate’ and it’s very reminiscent of some of his earlier work, firmly anchored in the world of pop and is a sure-fire guilty pleasure.
Yuksek’s latest EP ‘The Edge’ is out today and the best remix by far comes from Belgium’s Vito De Luca, aka Aeroplane.
If you’ve have ever had the pleasure of seeing Aeroplane DJ then you probably have come across his edit of Human League’s ‘Don’t You Want Me’ – well, after much demand, he’s giving it away.
We’ve been hearing rumours that Yuksek’s next single ‘The Edge’ comes with some new club fodder in tow – and it’s true there’s remixes from Aeroplane, Panteros666, Beni and KIM.