Black Strobe’s latest single ‘The Girl From The Bayou’ has gotten a suitably suave video to go alongside the recently released remixes package featuring notable refits from Crackboy and Holmes Price.
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Black Strobe released their fantastic swamp disco EP ‘The Girl From The Bayou’ this week via Black Strobe Records – well now its time for the remixes and we’ve the got the premiere of Holmes Price.
Black Strobe have been around since 1997 in one form or another. Fast forward to 2013 and the band (minus Ivan Smagghe) are back with a new EP and it’s a long way from the frozen balearic gay biker house they were famed for during the late 90′s and early naughties.
Kitsuné has just unleashed a new EP of all of the free tracks that they gave away over the course of 2010, you can get free tracks from Digitalism, May 68, Play Paul, Black Strobe and Yelle.
GDD have uploaded the Twelves remix of Black Stobe’s “Me & Madonna” we couldn’t help ourselves as The Twelves rock and deserve as much exposure as possible.
Black Strobe was formed way back in 1997, in Paris, by Arnaud Rebotini and DJ Ivan Smagghe. Smagghe left in 2006, as Black Strobe formed into a four-peice with members David “Siskid” Shaw (guitar), Bastien Burger (bass and keyboard) and Benjamin Beaulieu (drums) joining Rebotini on vocals and with Smagghe contributing lyrics. They released their debut album Burn Your Own Church in 2007.