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franskild

Apr 29 2013
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franskild is a dj/production duo that consists of two Swedes currently living in Copenhagen that are also part of Middle Eastern Heavy Bass trio Compadre. The influences for franskild ranges from “the blissful sounds and magnificence of the early eighties house music, 90′s french touch, mid-00′s jackin house and contemporary UK-garage”.

Last friday the duo released their debut EP “Majestic Mountains” on Australian label Sweat It Out and the EP has already garnered attention from among others Etienne De Crécy, Ben Mono, Nick Catchdubs, Horse Meat Disco, AutoKratz, Aston Shuffle and Peking Duk.

Below you’ll find all the tracks off the EP along with a promo mix (that includes the track “SF94″ from Discobelle Records family Wool) done to showcase the dreamlike, melancholy and epic house sound of this up and coming duo.

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Australian producer and bonafied dancefloor maestro Beni is heading over to the US for a tour which will include plenty of shows during next week’s Winter Music Conference in Miami and also a quick jaunt down to Mexico. The tour is in support of new single “Last Night” (to be released in April on Modular) that features Etienne De Crecy and Prince Terrence. This remix by French wonder dj/producer Brodinski provides a golden touch of stuttering, hard hitting techy goodness paired up with robotic disco vocals.

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Aug 17 2010
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Disco Of Doom are just about to unleash their brand new single “Engine EP” (out soonish on Gung Ho! Recordings) and they were kind enough to send this over for you all to feast your ears on until the releasedate. The massive A-side “Sex Face” has been getting props from Brodinski, Drop The Lime, Zinc, Kissy Sell Out, Etienne De Crecy, Alex Metric, Mason, Plump DJs and more.

BONUS: Video of Brodinski dropping the tune.

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The new digital only album “Prince Umberto And The Sister Of Ill” by Australian brother-sister duo The Bumblebeez came out yesterday in the US (it was recorded and produced by James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco fame). (You can stream the full album over at RCRD LBL).

The fine people over at Modular brought out the big guns in the form of Crookers, Herve and Etienne De Crecy to remix the single “Rio”. We got the Etienne De Crecy remix and it’s a techhousey take on the electropop party feeling of the original version.

The Bumblebeez – Rio (Etienne De Crecy Dub remix) (YSI)

The Bumblebeez – Rio (Etienne De Crecy Dub remix) (zShare)