On their 10th anniversary last year the Kitsuné opened a new US Boutique and to celebrate they released the Kitsuné America compilation. By doing this they successfully proved that Europe does not hold the exclusive on quality electronic dance music. Now almost a year later they are releasing Part 2 to promote all the interesting artists they have encountered over that period.
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London 4-piece, and Kitsune signed, Is Tropical have unveiled the first single to be taken from their second studio album ‘I’m Leaving’ which will be out on May 13.
No-nonsense noise makers BeatauCue are lining up a new EP on Kitsune Records, ‘Lyrel’ is a three track EP that takes in the excesses of electro, French touch and, unfortunately, trap & ‘step.
Dombrance is another French producer who you should be keeping tabs on, hailing from Bordeaux, he is a songwriter, singer, producer and remixer, who has collaborated with Charlélie Couture and DJ Chloé amongst others, but is now flying solo.
Two of France’s brightest electronic lights Crayon & Pyramid join forces for a new EP which is out today via Kitsune. You’ll probably all be aware of Pyramid, but Crayon may need an introduction; he’s a 21-year-old producer from Paris, who is also signed to Kitsune, but dabbles in more off-beat electro pop, quite different to Pyramid’s neon-clad electronic vision of the future.
IS TROPICAL have announced the release of their second album ‘I’m Leaving’ which will be coming out via Kitsune/ Cooperative Music on May 20.
We’ve never really associated Pyramid with remixes, but that’s about to change with his remix of the new Two Door Cinema Club’s new single ‘Next Year’.
French pop band Yelle, (Julie Budet) and GrandMarnier (Jean-François Perrier) are back with a new song, and presumably a new album. They grabbed the headlines a couple of years ago with there unique brand whimsical urban pop thanks in part to tracks like ‘Safari Disco Squad’ & ‘Que Veux-Tu’ all sung in Juliet’s native French.
Rising french star, and Kitsune darling, Pyramid is name that should be on your radar, his latest masterpiece (yes, masterpiece) is coming out on the new ‘Parisien’ 3 compilation on the February 4 and then on another EP, presumably with some remixes.
Indie trio, and Kitsune signed, Is Tropical grabbed many accolades a couple of year’s ago with their debut album ‘Native To’ and the subsequent video for ‘The Greeks’.
There’s no doubt A-Trak is a talented guy, but sometimes his productions fall well short of his tunrtablism skills – remember his bootleg of Jacque Lu Cont’s ‘Church’.
Kitsuné are celebrating their 10th anniversary – which is pretty impressive for the label as buying music went out of fashion a long time ago. Anyway to celebrate this milestone they’re releasing one of their fine compilations featuring a slew of established acts as well as up-and-coming talent.
London trio Is Tropical have come out of hiatus to showcase a new track which is taken from the latest Kitsune compilation.
To celebrate the release of his first EP on Kitsune, NTEIBINT has just uploaded the Glidas edit of ‘Time’ for you to sample. It sees Kitsune founder Gildas don his electro hat and drags ‘Time’ kicking and screaming onto a French dancefloor.
Buzz band Citizens are prepping a new single ‘True Romance’ from their debut album ‘Hear We Are’. It’s been given the remix treatment by Kitsune’s head honcho Gildas who adds some much needed ‘Muira’ low-end, before it goes all psychedelic for a big-room finish.
Plastic Plates is finally making his Kitsune debut on today with a new three-track EP, featuring a couple of classics and one brand-new track.
We’ve been following Greek unpronouncable NTEIBINT for quite some time now, as were glad to report that the disco wizz-kid will be releasing his next EP ‘Time’ via the always on the money Kitsune.
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.
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.