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Russian foursome Pompeya released their seminal debut album Tropical back in 2011 in an overwhelming wave of critical acclaim.  After 3 years of intensive touring and a gorgeous 7-track EP (Foursome, 2012), they are now ready to bring their trademark mix of funky new wave and dreamy vocals to new heights with a brand new remix album: Tropical Remixed.

To increase the chill factor, Pompeya have enlisted the likes of Psychemagik, Fred Falke, Dominic Pierce or Felix Da Housecat. They will be embarking on a lengthy US tour at the end of the month and next March they will perform at SXSW, no less!

More info on Pompeya’s official site or follow them on Facebook. Buy on

FRED FALKE – AURORA (Club/FilterHouse – France)

Fred Falke

German-born France-based house producer Fred Falke is probably one of the best known producers amongst regular clubgoers and mainstream radio listeners. Over the past few years, he has churned out anthemic synth-laden remixes for the likes of Little Boots, Likke Li, Metronomy, Burns, Hot Chip, Florrie or Pnau, always demonstrating a particular ability to balance the energy of dance music with a strong pop sensibility.

Pnau Ft. Ladyhawke - Embrace (Fred Falke & Miami Horror Remix)     

Death From Above 1979 - Black History Month (Alan Braxe & Fred Falke Remix)     

Having released a few acclaimed singles and EPs along the years (some of them with long-time collaborator Alan Braxe), Falke finally rolled out his long-awaited debut LP, Part IV, a few days ago on December 7th via Kris Menace‘s label Work It Baby. Consisting of 12 (mostly) instrumental tracks, this euphoric album contains more than a few of Falke’s previously released tunes (“808 PM at the Beach”, “Chicago”), as well as a few new songs, including the blissful eight-minute dance masterpiece “Aurora”…

This album sounds exactly like one would expect, showcasing Fred Falke’s signature sound, a subtle mix of electro-tinged arrangements, filtered synths and addictive melodies, kept in check by throbbing drums. He re-asserts the musicality of the 70s and 80s within the context of modern music, bringing that sound to a young crowd.

Catch up with Fred Falke on MySpace or Facebook. Buy his music on

saturday nite with… FABIAN

Straight out of the City of Angles, Fabian Ordorica is best known in electro circles by his firstname, which is fast becoming synonymous with energy-filled electro goodness. His work first caught the dance community’s ear with his 2009 single “Heatwave”, taken from Binary’s compilation album LA Lights. Since then Fabian has produced tracks across all genres: Hip-Hop, Electro, Pop, French House, Filter House, you name it…

Two years in the making, Fabian’s long-awaited debut album, Say Goodbye, was finally released last month via Binary. Though the album only runs 32 minutes, listening to the whole thing straight will take you through a high octane tour of contemporary dance music: from nu disco to synthpop and everything in between. Ahead of the album, Fabian released the Last Flight EP, including the title track and a whole bunch of remixes by the likes of French Horn Rebellion, NightWaves, Reset!, Justin Faust, Lancelot, Douze, and Robots For Rayguns. Be sure to check out Reset!’s remix below and buy the EP if you so fancy…

Fabian - Last Flight (RESET! Remix)     

Featuring pumping drums and addictive bass-lines, Say Goodbye is a great debut album for Fabian. Summer may be over, but Fabian’s infectious melodies and catchy choruses will prop your mood up and keep you dancing till the next few rays of sun…

Haven’t had enough? For more electrifying tunes, check out some of the remixes Fabian did for artists such as Shinichi Osawa, Dragonette, The Magician, Fred Falke, Pony Pony Run Run and NightWaves.

Fred Falke - Back to Stay (Fabian Remix)     

You can find out more about Fabian on his MySpace or Facebook-like him here. Buy Say Goodbye and/or the Last Flight EP on Say Goodbye - Fabian

METRONOMY – THE LOOK (Electro/Rock – UK)


With just a few days left before the release of Metronomy‘s new album, The English Riviera, the London-based four some have decided to tease us with a brand new video for their current single “The Look”. You can watch the video on the band’s official website and download the single on Metronomy

“The Look” counts with remixes by Fred Falke, Moonlight Matters, Ghostpoet and King Krule. Listen to Fred Falke’s sweet electro take on the track just below…

Metronomy - The Look (Fred Falke Remix)     

If you want a taste of the original, Metronomy’s label Because Music has put it up on Soundcloud so you can stream it to your heart’s content…

The band is taking their show on the road starting next week and all the way into September. If you live in the UK, France, Spain, Switzerland or Germany, get all the dates on Metronomy’s official site. You can buy their music on Metronomy

FLORRIE – CALL 911 (Electro/Synth/Pop – UK)


UK-born drummer, singer and songwriter Florrie Arnold is on fire! Ever since she released her first single last February, “Call 911” remixed by none other than star producer Fred Falke, Florrie has been in the eye of the storm. New remixes of her songs keep popping up online all the time and best of all: it’s all free! Indeed, Florrie has decided to release all her tracks and remixes via her official site without charge.

Florrie - Call 911 (Florrie Remix)     

Florrie’s brand of bubble-gum pop with a housey twist has caught the attention of many renowned producers, including Fred Falke and Bit Funk, who have both collaborated with her. Most recently, her track “Call 911” was featured on the new Kitsune/Ponystep compilation, out since July 5th.

Florrie - Call 911 (BeatauCue Remix-JBAG edit)     

The 21 year old Brit may be young but she’s no newcomer. She started playing the drums when she was seven and picked up her first guitar at age twelve. Florrie also sings and writes her own songs.  For her solo debut, she is backed by UK production house Xenomania (famous for their work with Kylie or Pet Shop Boys), where started as a session drummer in 2008. In the past two years, she has played over a hundred gigs, including world-famous Glastonbury festival, and BBC Radio One’s Live Lounge.

Florrie - Come Back to Mine (Jaxon Remix)     

Florrie is currently busy readying her debut album and perfecting her sound. So expect plenty more shiny electro anthems from her in the next few months… For more info, head over to Florrie’s ofiicial site or MySpace. Show your support by buying her music on