Kavinsky released his first single, ‘Teddy Boy’, in 2006, since then he’s been gathering pace like a classic car, with only fleeting appearances to continue the mysterious narrative of a man possessed after crashing his prized Ferrari on the way to see his girlfriend.
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Kavinsky’s debut album is almost upon us – and while we still need a couple of days to gather our thoughts for our review – we can reveal the album has been more than worth the 7-year wait. It’s insanely good.
If there’s one word we would never use to describe Belgium electro-techno duo Mumbai Science it would be: eclectic. The duo have made quite a name for themselves with their unique brand of face-pumelling electro with big-hitting tracks like ‘Lotus’ and ‘Impact’.
In case you hadn’t noticed Kavinsky’s debut album is dropping this month and to coincide with the release there’s a new remixes EP of his most recent single ‘Protovision’ to wet your futurist whistle before the album drops.
The 80′s and Kavinsky collide with 2007 and Boys Noize for the Berliner’s remix of Kavinsky’s new single ‘Protovision’, which is from his debut long-player ‘Outrun’, dropping via Record Makers/Republic/Casablanca Music February 26.
German producer Theatre of Delays has made quite a name for himself remixing everyone from Queen to Chilly Gonzales, and while almost all of his remixes are unofficial, you’d be hard pressed to actually tell.
Kavinsky is back. While it was a little disappointing that his debut album didn’t make it’s 2012 release date, the Parisian wannabe Zombie has softened the blow somewhat with a brand-new track ‘Protovision’.
One of this year’s biggest disappointments was Kavinsky’s debut album slipping to a 2013 release – but all is not lost as the French producer has just showcased a new track from the album, called ‘Odd Look’, which has been used in a new BMW advert.
Kavinsky has just teased a new track from his debut album which is expected to be released sometime this year. It has everything we love about French electro all bundled into three minutes of joy: theatrical synths, big keys, crisp drums, and, most importantly, presence.
Another fine night of french electro goodness from the peeps over at Playground as they host as 80′s electro cartoon character Kavinsky at XOYO, and he’s also decided to bring Ed Banger’s art department Feadz along for some London shenanigans too.
So the world is going Ed Banger crazy, and this is because Justice and SebastiAn both had tracks out today, Justice with their rock/electro anthem ‘Civilization’ and Kavinsky’s remix of SebastiAn’s debut single ‘Embody’.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Paranoiak, the label that looks after an exciting crop of new aritsts, from Star Guitar to Irish Steph – and today they pointed us in the direction of the ever decisive DECIDE.
Kavinksy died in 1986, after he crashed his prized Testarossa off a cliff and died upon impact, or did he? Fast-forward to 2005 and a resurrection occurred, a Zombie-like Kavinksy came back to life, with this new Zombie blood rushing through his un-dead body he went straight to the studio to see how this possession [...]
Ren Riz is ready to unload another remix and we really like the new one he has done for Discosau, not sure who they are. But this track oozes 80′s nostalgia, for that we love it. We featured Australian Ren Riz a few weeks ago after we posted his remix for Kavinksy’s Nightcall. Discosau – [...]
Australian newcomer Ren Riz has just popped a remix of the fantastic Kavinky’s Nightcall remix on to his Soundcloud, not sure if it is a bootleg or official. We loved it and reminded us of the early Rex the Dog production. Enough said. Check it out below. Kavinsky – Nightcall (Ren Riz remix) by Ren [...]
Kavinksy is about to drop his follow-up EP to the cult classic “1986″, not only is it great song – it has been produced by one half of Daft Punk, Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo. On top of that the song was mixed down by Sebastian, and there are remixes from Breakbot and Dustin N Guyen (which [...]
In 1984, two major events occurred that shaped Parisian electro producer Vincent Belorgey’s (Kavinsky’s) life: in America, Miami Vice made its television premiere, and in France, nine-year-old Belorgey (aka Kavinsky) quit taking piano lessons for good. These two historical incidents intersect in the Frenchman’s songs, which sound like a musical stab at remaking Jan Hammer’s synthetic score for the fabled Florida-based cop show.