Fresh out of the oven: U R MY DISCO 5!
Get it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?5r3wyjicf00btp3
Tracklist as follows:
1 The Glass – Wanna Be Dancin’
2 Friendly Fires – Skeleton Boy
3 Chew Lips – Salt Air (Jupiter Remix)
4 White Lies – Farewell To The Fairground (Yuksek Remix)
5 Lindstrom & Christobelle – Baby Can’t Stop (Aeroplane Remix)
6 Cut Copy – Far Away (Damn Arms Remix)
7 Bag Raiders – Shooting Stars
8 Empire Of The Sun – We Are The People (Says Simon Remix)
9 Fever Ray – Triangle Walks (Rex The Dog Remix)
10 Sébastien Tellier – Kilometer (A-Trak Dub)
11 Classixx – I’ll Get You (Feat. Jeppe)
12 Holy Ghost! – I Will Come Come Back
13 Tahiti 80 – Unpredictable (Flairs Remix)
14 Joakim – Spiders
15 Ted & Francis – Erlend
Chew Lips were already featured on U R MY DISCO // vol.3 a few months ago. This London based three piece was then making their debut on trendy label Kitsuné with the Solo EP. Quite naturally Tepr’s highly danceable remix of the title track was included in URMD // vol.3.
Now Chew Lips are back with a new single: “Salt Air”. The version you’ll find just below is a remix by French electro geniuses Jupiter. Enjoy!
Chew Lips - Salt Air (Jupiter Remix)
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Metronomy was born ten years ago in the tiny, bohemian market town of Totnes in Devon, when Joseph Mount got his first computer and started making electronic music inspired by the likes of Autechre and Aphex Twin. Metronomy’s debut album, released in 2006, was called Pip Paine (Pay The £5000 You Owe) and its largely instrumental electro-pop reflected the eccentricity of its title.
Joseph admits that he only, finally, saw the commercial possibilities of Metronomy when DJ/producer Erol Alkan began to feature the single “You Could Easily Have Me” in his sets, and asked Metronomy to play at his club. Cue the need for a proper live show, and the additions of Gabriel (keyboards and bass) and Oscar (saxophone, backing vocals and keyboards).
Move on 2 years to the sophomore album Nights Out, a second album that feels like a debut. the first to be vocal-led, with the self-effacing Joseph stepping up and grabbing the mic for most of the tracks. Check out the excellent single “Heartbreaker” remixed by French electropop duo Jupiter.
Metronomy - Heartbreaker (Jupiter Remix)
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