Show Your Shoe kidnaps Cassius’s ‘The Sound of Violence’ to a tropical island and does unspeakable things to it in the name of progress. Grab it now and dance.
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The third great remix in a row for Swiss-kid Show Your Shoe, this time it’s for Portuguese producer SaiR and his track ‘Clockwise’.
Whenever we listen to Show Your Shoe we always have mental images of the Tele Tubbies DJ’ing and dancing – his music shares a lot in common with those friendly cartoon characters.
Its been a while since we’ve heard from Show Your Shoe. But he must be enjoying his summer as his new collaboration with the Coupons is liking listening to disco whilst imprisoned in a tanning shop. It’s full-on fake sunshine vibes.
Our favourite Swiss funk-meister Show Your Shoe has done a superb remix for producer Blue Satellite and his new track ‘Aurora Pt 2′ from his new Aurora EP.
Australian outfit Coupons and producer dude Beaumont are some of the acts that have been involved in remixing Show Your Shoe’s amazing ‘Technik City’ EP.
Cosmonaut Grechko has been impressing over the last 6 months, with a plethora of remixes, edits and mixtapes – now he’s ready to drop his latest EP which features remixes from Show Your Shoe, Blue Satellite and Hierophant Green.
Ever since we came across young Swiss funk dude Shoe Your Shoe, we’ve been captivated by his smooth 21st century funk. And today is a marquee day as he has his first EP out on Teenage Gang Records.
We decided we would do another mixtape and take on the goliath by making it last longer than 20 minutes – we decided to call it: Electro Bread.
Nico Mueller aka Show Your Shoe messaged us to let us know that his new track, a remix of FutureCop!, is available to download from Binary Records – so go get it now – this kid has the gift, and he’s partial to some philosophy too – we wonder what colour shoe he has ?
Ever since we came across Les Rhythm Dgitale/Jacques Lu Cont, way way before he fell in love with Madonna and had sleep overs at Take Thats house. We’ve always had a penchant for quirky disco house tracks – sample heavy but but then torn apart by an eletronic artist who knows how to make clever arrangements, you know the ones that can keep a listener from start to finish – music with a an unpredictable rogue element, but not a destructive one.