Our good friends in Krazy Fiesta are keeping busy in the studio, this latest gem of a remix was sent to us last night. They take on Stockholm based indieduo Palpitation and transform the track “In Five Years” into this yearning and shuffling bittersweet slow song.
The biggest Swedish track for me this summer and fall has been “Det Var Jag” with SkÃ¥ne electro hero Familjen and the remixes has been equally amazing, really showing the diversity of the Swedish club scene. We have already featured two versions here on Discobelle, Albin Myers and Gidge. On the vinyl release and on Spotify you also get a Savage Skulls and Marcus Price version (check it out, it’s a dancefloor killer) and this one from Krazy Fiesta. Johan tells us that its his favourite remix up to date. It’s beautiful, perfect for the day after. We are very happy to have the go ahead to share it with the world!
We haven’t heard much from Krazy Fiesta lately but it seems like they’ve been holed up in the studio. “Drunk Love” is one of their first original tracks to get an official release (on Swedish label Hybris) and they’ve collaborated with Norwegian vocalist Nils Bech for this organic sounding handclapdriven electropop track. In the future they’ll do a release with Spoek Mathambo and another collaboration with Familjen + an upcoming release later in the fall with us here at Discobelle.
Discobelle brethren Adrian Recordings joins forces with amazing duo Krazy Fiesta for the second Advent Mixtape this year. Top notch as usual, they manage to drill down some unexpected moves. Like the remix from Leo Nathorst, one half of Boeoes Kaelstigen, and their own unexpected live dub of Andreas Tillianderâ€™s track “She Donâ€™t Cry”. Extra sugar on top is the shouts coming from Lorentz of Lorentz & M.Sakarias. Exclusive, interesting and danceable, just like we want it.
A super fresh remix from Krazy Fiesta, of the track “Ten Strikes” from Stockholm outfit O’Spada and the boys certainly provide us with top notch quality once again but this time they go towards more of a mellow analogdisco sound in the vein of Arthur Russell meets Chaka Khan.
The fine people over at award winning and much talked about Swedish clothing label Uniforms For The Dedicated just released their Autumn/Winter 2010 collection which is entitled “A Play Of Nonsense”, the collection is enthused by the imaginary literature of the 19th-century where among others Lewis Carroll mastered the art of transforming everyday objects into a new and challenging meaning. We here at Discobelle join them for a partnership seeing that they’ve also opened up their brand new stylish webshop.
At the same time the label has decided to unleash their second music project that bears the same name as the Autumn/Winter 2010 collection. The EP was produced by Jonas Rathsman and Nils Krogh, joining them is the Gothenburg outfit Ram Di Dam (who just released their debut EP “A Liar to Admire”) and they also got their friends Swedish tech house heroStyle Of Eye, club killer Krazy Fiesta, Gothenburg electro Stuffa + Stockholm/Berlin techno duo Wester & WedrÃ©n to deliver some hard hitting remixes of the track meaning that the EP is bound to have a little something for everyone.
The always amazing Krazy Fiesta just had remixes featured on two top class records, the first one was on the Kompakt released “Skate Attack” single by Norwegian disco prince + princess SkatebÃ¥rd/Annie and the second one on the “Street Jizz EP” from Kansas City group Ssion. Now one lucky winner will walk away with both of these singles, just e-mail us the answer to this question: What African city did Krazy Fiesta-Johan just live in for 6 months?