The Knocks & Fred Falke’s ‘Geronimo’ is a plump piece of electro-clash harking back to the compressed drums and synths of the golden age of electro circa 2007.
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Some rather dull person took down the radio rip of Louis La Roche’s remix of The Knocks & Fred Falke’s ‘Geronimo’ – anyway, as a peace offering they’re giving away a mini-mix featuring the original and remixes from Lenno, La Roche and Aylen.
The Knocks and Fred Falke are collaborating for what is sounding like one of the biggest French electro tracks of 2012 – ‘Geronimo’ is going to be slaying dance floors the world over from July 23 via Kitsune.
Just in time for the weekend Ben Thomas, aka L’Étranger, has just dropped a sweet rework of Alan Braxe & Fred Falke’s ‘Most Wanted’.
So, we have to admit we totally didn’t understand this Vandroid stuff, now we understand that it’s a lost film and soundtrack that has been since found and remixed by a load of sweet electro acts.
We’ve been banging our drum for Burns for a while now, he’s certainly the most promising talents to come out of Scotland since Mylo and possibly William Wallace. Well, he’s not content with owning the blogs, he wants world domination. So what’s the best way to do that ? Get a frenchie involved of course. [...]
Sexy singer song writer and drummer Florrie is a name to keep an eye out for – she has already shared the stage with Kylie, Girls aloud and Pet Shop Boys. She about the release her new single ‘Call 911′ which is taken from the amazing Kitsuné x Pony step compilation. She’s also the new [...]