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London duo The C90s first gained recognition back in 2011 with the release of their disco anthem of a track “Shine A Light” which was laters successfully remixed by Australian outfit Flight Facilities.

They are now about to launch some new originals over the upcoming months but to start things off we here at Discobelle can premiere their remix of the single track “Possibilities” (will be released via Australian label Neon Records on March 23rd) from successful Danish house producer/dj Flip.

The track pops off with a nu-disco feel leaning towards the warm synth end of things with lush vocals courtesy of Elou Elan.

The C90s are Jamie Paterson and Danny Ashenden from London who make disco beats with an emphasis on hand claps, piano keys and bass guitar, all of which is slightly reminiscent of Fred Falke. The guys have been having a pretty good year so far, with already several stellar remixes to their name. Their latest release is a February mixtape that keeps the funk going all night long. Take a listen for a guaranteed great start to the weekend.

Neighbour – You Can Do It
Pop & Eye – Blow Me Down
C2C – Down the Road (Irfane Outlines Remix)
Figure of 8 feat. Sophie Galpin – No One Cries For Me (Cyclist Remix)
Krazy Baldhead – Surabaya Girl (Tropics Remix)
Luke Million – Dare You (Special Dub Mix)
Lou Teti – Shake (JKriv Mix)
Moon Boots – Aretha
Kraak & Smaak – Hold Back Love (Lovebirds instrumental)
Chrome Canyon – Computers Of Love
Malvoeaux – Sunsets
Robotaki – Raton Laveur
Osborne – Wait A Minute
Jokers of the Scene – Organized Zounds (Cosmic Kids Remix)
Odd Parents – Fame
The Mekanism – Can’t Believe (Mario Basanov Dub)
Bonar Bradberry – You Were Away (Space Ranger Hypno Remix)

Quite possibly the Southern Hemisphere’s best kept secret, Clubfeet are ready to announce their arrival to the world.

It is the holy union of five sons of Melbourne and Cape Town (via the French Riviera). Together, they create music for the night time, which can also be enjoyed in the day time. It is dreamy, melancholic indie-pop, that sounds just as inspiring on a club floor on a Saturday night as it does on a lazy Sunday by the sea side.

“Last Words” is the next single from the project and features remixes from legendary hedonist and French disco icon Dimitri From Paris, indie club producer Andrew Maury, aka RAC and London’s emerging nu-disco champions The C90s.

Here is the C90s remix:

Clubfeet – Last Words (The C90s Remix) (Soundcloud download link)