VOCAL TECH HOUSE - TECH HOUSE - 80s SYNTH CLUB DANCE - ELECTRO HOUSE CLUB - AIFFs + MP3s + WAVs - Ladytron are firing up their creative fires with global storming remixes from Blakkat, Luca Frota, Dave The Hustler, Wetworks plus Hiroko Yamamnura of their recording "Far From Home" releasing Aug 30th. Check their lives dates the third quarter 2019 with shows in Brooklyn, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Edinburgh, Manchester, London, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, Berkeley. http://ladytron.com/#tour-dates
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From the forthcoming Ladytron EP "Far From Home - Night Versions" released August 30, 2019.
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Mastered by Enrico Mercaldi
Release date - August 30
Press Release - http://ymlp.com/zPKJXH
The Blakkat edit of the Lucas Frota remix is a haunting slice of tribal funk full of disembodied voices and intoxicating rhythms. Los Angeles-based Blakkat, who is known for founding Shaboom Records with Doc Martin, has also collaborated with King Britt, DJ Sneak, and sisters Chaka Khan and Taka Boom. He has remixed A Tribe Called Quest, New Order, Jamiroquai and Moloko. He is also a former member of Mercury prize winners M People.
The Lucas Frota remix goes deeper still into tribal funk territory. It is the latest synthesis of baile funk and tech house from the Los Angeles-based Brazilian producer/DJ who has also remixed LIzzo, Armand Van Helden, DJ Sneak, Snoop Dogg and George Clinton.
DAVE THE HUSTLER
For his retouch, Swiss producer, radio host, and Paparazzi Records owner Dave the Hustler punches up the new wave/electro vibes. Dave has previously worked with Cassy, Miss Kittin, Felix the Housecat, and Detroit Grand Pubahs.
The punishing Wetworks remix is much darker in tone, with a heavy industrial edge, as can be expected from Xavier Swafford of LA industrial band 3teeth and Johnny Love, founder of Soft Leather, LA’s weekly fetish and techno party. Johnny Love is also the founder of the fitness movement Healthgoth, and has released music under the monikers Deathface on Trouble & Bass, and Guns N Bombs on Kitsune.
Hiroko Yamaura – influenced by The Warehouse, technology, and techno – and Eric Elvambuena – veteran of legendary Chicago house label Trax Records – go for a dubbier feel that creates a gothic deep house bange