The funk phenomenon Blende has unveiled a stunning remix of Azari & III ‘Lost In Time’ – you can grab the remix for free via Dim Mak Records’ soundcloud page, or just grab it from the player below.
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Ghent four-piece Van Jets have had their latest single ‘Broken Bones’ remixed by funk-man Blende, with the resulting remix sounding like Blende on a really happy day.
Blende & Surrender’s new EP is out today via La Bombe Records, and to celebrate they’ve uploaded the final track that makes up the three-track EP. ‘Flash’ actually finds a middle ground between both the heavy hitting ‘Synapse’ and ‘Circus’, it’s still a fairly banging piece of French electro, but it’s tempered with plenty of off-the-cuff melodies and rasping riffs to keep you on your toes.
Two of the most exciting producers we came across in 2012 were Blende & Surrender, and now the rising stars are combining like their French heroes for a new EP on London label La Bombe.
Two of the most impressive rising stars in 2012 for us were La Bombe’s Surrender! and Blende – both artists had a great 2012, with Surrrender releasing his self-titled debut album and Blende released a stomping funk EP via Belgium label Eskimo.
Blende is back with a new edition of his now infamous Edits series, if you’re not familiar with the principle it’s simple: the swedish producer re-edits 4 tracks which range from old disco tracks to obscure funk tracks and everything between. This is time he’s also given a bit of insight on why he chose each song – grab all four below and lookout for a Blende US tour in 2013.
Blende has been carving out a name for himself throughout 2012 with an EP on Eskimo Records and plenty of cheeky edits of classic tracks – whilst he’s beavering away on new music be sure to grab his November mixtape below and lookout for more Blende in 2013 and beyond.
Today marks the release of Blende’s ‘Fake Love’ EP via Eskimo Recordings and it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that his latest EP is probably one of the best we’ve heard in 2012.
Eskimo’s latest signing Blende has made a new mixtape and it shows off why this electro up-start is talk of the town at the moment. Keep your eyes peeled for an interview with the man himself on Monday to coincide with release of his fantastic ‘Fake Love’ EP.
Blende has been on our radar for a few months after he started giving away a slew of expertly crafted re-edits of some of our favourite 80′s guilty pleasures. Since then his star has been rising like a rocket with countless well-received remixes and now he is making his debut on Belgium disco label Eskimo Recordings.
Just as we’re falling in love with Blende’s remix of Surrender’s ‘S_M_A_S_H’ we’ve come across another remix of his which is now available from Beatport – it’s for Chinese Flashmob’s ‘Fade 2 Black’.
Two of dance music’s hottest prospects, La Bombe’s Surrender! and Sweden’s Blende, combine to create a piece of fidgety electro-disco that shows off exactly why these two rising stars are ones to watch in 2012.
It’s here, it’s finally here. Swedish electro don Blende has been making quite a name for himself recently, and to further add to his rising star he’s been giving away some of his most prized re-edits of classic tracks from acts as varied as Blondie to Milton Wright.
The fine folks behind production outfit Blende are giving away some of their most sort-after edits that they use in their high energy DJ sets – we particularly like their Prince re-edit. Grab the whole lot below and keep and eye out for more which will be added over the course of the next few weeks.
We’ve not heard from Blende since the beginning of the year and their ‘Egypto’ EP, but they got in contact to say that they’d been sitting on Skrillex remix that never made it to release due to sampling issues. We know, we thought the same as you, they should probably just burn it or something.
The aptly named Blende are a duo from Stockholm who blend the genre lines between heavy hitting electro and the more musical side of the nu-disco and french touch. An interesting combination, and they make it work, with heavy grating synths that sit uneasily with disco breakdowns and reprises.