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)
Australian purveyor of electro danceSneaky Sound System recently released their new jam “Really Want To See You Again”. It’s the third single to be lifted off their chart-topping album From Here To Anywhere, out globally on Modular.
Previous singles “We Love” and “Big” have enjoyed ARIA Top 40 success on the club chart and “Really Want To See You Again” seems to be heading down the same road. Released on March 9th, the song is backed by three remixes courtesy of Azari & III, Funkagenda JamXpress and KiNK.
Sneaky Sound System - Really Want To See You Again (KiNK Remix)
As a bonus, check out Ricardo Brooks’ big room house rework of “UFO”.
Aussie dance duo Sneaky Sound System are back with a new single! The title pretty much sums up how we feel about this new song: “We Love”. It’s a catchy piece of dancey electro pop that creeps up on you, gets inside your brains and makes you want to shake your hips and bob your head. In other words, it’s exactly what you’d expect from Sneaky Sound System.
The track is the first taste from their highly anticipated third long-player, From Here To Anywhere, scheduled for release in August via Modular. The album is currently experiencing the magic touch of Serban Ghenea, four time Grammy Award winner and go-to-guy for The Neptunes, La Roux, Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z. You can stream “We Love” below and buy it from
Oh, and before you go, why don’t you grab a couple of great remixes from our archives? You can find a great collection of Sneaky Sound System remixes HERE and two more remixes by Shazam and Van She just below!
Sneaky Sund System - UFO (Van She Tech Remix)
Sneaky Sound System - When We Were Young (Shazam Remix)
Sneaky Sound System is a Sydney-based dance act consisting of Black Angus (guitars and production) and Connie Mitchell (vocals). The original line-up included MC Double D but the band announced in September that he was split from SSS to pursue other interests. During live shows they are joined by Donnie Sloan (from internationally acclaimed OZ act Empire Of The Sun) on bass and keys and Shaun Sibbes on drums. The band cite Hot Chip and Cut Copy as the inspirations to their sound.
Sneaky Sound System - Pictures (Tonite Only Remix)
Their self-titled debut album, put together mainly in their Bondi Beach studio “The House of Whack”, was a collection of high-kicking kitsch electro-pop numbers that had all media raving about them. The trio managed to replicate their debut’s sweeping success with its follow-up, 2, which went straight to #1 in Australia upon its release. This record spawned more typically hook-filled, inventive singles: “When We Were Young”, “16” (listen to it HERE) and “It’s Not My Problem”.
Sneaky Sound System - When We Were Young (Juan McLean Remix)
Sneaky Sound System - When We Were Young (Breakbot remix)
Angus and Connie are currently busy working on some new material. They have already started on the third Sneaky album and there may even be a taste of it before the end of 2010. In the meantime, here’s a mean remix of “Kansas”. It’s pure Lifelike: glittery dance pop and its best. Enjoy!
Sneaky Sound System - Kansas City (Lifelike Remix)
Show Sneaky Sound System some love, visit their official site and MySpace. You can buy their music on
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