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THE PRESETS – PROMISES (ElectroPop – Australia)

The Presets

On the heels of their hugely successful last single “Ghosts”, Aussie duo The Presets have announced the release of the Promises EP, the third cut off their latest album Pacifica. To celebrate the release, French producer and long term Presets comrade Lifelike has turned the song into an 8-minute stellar gyrating dancefloor workout.

The remix bundle will also feature reworks by Luomo, Nils Frahms and Australian expat Plastic Plates. It will be out Dec 4th in the US, 7th in OZ and 10th in the UK.

The Presets - Promises (Plastic Plates Remix)     

The info hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it seems the boys may be launching a headlining tour next week.. For more info, check out the band’s official site or Facebook. Buy their albums on The Presets


Plastic Plates

Successful Australian dj/disco producer Plastic Plates is finally releasing his first EP Things I Didn’t Know I Loved via avant-guarde parisian label Kitsuné!

Plastic Plates’ original tracks and remixes (extensively featured on this blog) sound like smooth electro jams with a nu-disco twist. Associated with Simon Lord (ex Simian) on the title track, PP works his magic to produce the perfect soundtrack for th end of summer. Two other original songs complete this amazing package: “Toys” and “More Than Love”.

Plastic Plates (Ft Simon Lord) - Things I Didn't Know I Loved (Amine Edge & DANCE Remix)     

Bonus tracks: check out PP’s latest remixes for Sneaky Sound System and Van She.

Listen to more music on SoundCloud or show some love on Facebook. Buy on Plastic Plates

PLASTIC PLATES – TOYS (NuDisco/Electro – Australia/US)

Plastic Plates

Plastic Plates is the solo project of Sydney-born LA-based electro artist Felix Bloxsom. With early support from The Magician, who has included a number of his productions in his Magic Tapes, Bloxsom is fast becoming the go-to remixer for indie, dance and pop artists alike. Think Body Language, Sia, Mark Ronson, Midnight Juggernauts, Adele, The Wombats, I Blame Coco or Sneaky Sound System.

Body Language - Social Studies (Plastic Plates Remix)     

Plastic Plates is now giving away two awesome original tracks on his SoundCloud: “More Than Love” and “Toys”. If you like smooth electro jams with a nu-disco twist, then Plastic Plates might just be your thing.

Plastic Plates - More Than Love     

Listen to more music on SoundCloud or show some love on Facebook.


Body Language

Brooklyn’s own Body Language has risen from the underground armed with synths, vocoder, glockenspiel, percussion, and three graceful voices. Their original music was born from weekly dance parties set up by Grant Wheeler and Matt Young, who quickly enrolled glockenspiel guru Angelica Bess and drummer Ian Chang. Their efforts, which illustrated their life in Brooklyn, were delivered in the five-track Speaks EP.

After collaborating with such wildly different artists as Theophilus London, Machinedrum or Passion Pit and sharing stage with the likes of Zero 7, Sia, Little Boots and SVIIB, Body Language released the Social Studies EP last October. This mini album is a fitting followup to their 2009 debut, applying a refined pop palette to their synth-laden melodies, head-circling hooks and neon-lit grooves.

“The title sums it up perfectly,” explains Grant Wheeler. “Depending on the day, we’re producing indie music, DJing house, disco and Detroit techno, or writing pop songs on the piano. So we wrapped our record up like a tidy textbook of genres, or different cultures in a social studies class.”

Body Language - Social Studies (Plastic Plates Remix)     

Body Language - You Can (Willy Joy Remix)     

Check out Body Language’s official site or MySpace for more info. Download the album on their Bandcamp or on