The bass sample looped throughout entire “Dem Young Sconies” track is taken from Wet – That’s The Game.
After a memorable collaboration with Daft Punk on 2013’s Random Access Memories, electronic music legend Giorgio Moroder is back, releasing his first album of solo material in over 30 years. Announced today, the album is set to drop in spring 2015 on Sony/RCA and features a new batch of notable collaborators including Britney Spears, Sia, Kylie Minogue, Charli XCX, and more. Alongside the album announcement comes a new video for the track “74 is the New 24,” premiering exclusively on The Creators Project. The video, directed by Jai Lewis with help from Andromeda Software Development, is a striking digital landscape of beautiful, strange images that demand rewatching. “We wanted to achieve that Giorgio Moroder ‘retro-future’ feel,” explains Lewis, who is also collaborating with Moroder on a 2015 DJ tour. Lewis continues: “His attention to detail is especially sharp and the sheer amount of time dedicated to this production will surely reflect this. I don’t know how this man has the energy to tour, work on an new album, be a family man, and last of all, musical pioneer.” The Creators Project spoke to the man himself, Giorgio Moroder, about his career, creative process, and influence on modern music. [Source]
RA are one of the newest members of the Adrian Recordings family. Formed in 2012 they have put out a 4 track 10” EP, and last summer a 2 track 7”. We are slowly building up to a debut album that will be out during the first half of 2015. For now though it’s time for a detour, or more specifically, time to open up ears to what it’s all about; dark bass, hammering rhythms and haunting melodies, and we’ve got it in full here on this brand new remix EP, released on vinyl 1st December and digitally on the 29th.
A1. Prism (Trentemøller Remix)
Dane, Anders Trentemøller, is one of Europe’s best and most respected electronic artists. He is a true legend, his own music being moody atmospheric trips, but when remixing he leans towards more up-tempo almost body-like dance floors, we all remember his work for Röyksopp (feat. Karin Dreijer Andersson) etc. Here he takes RA to a similar place. All his background in dark rock is in there, all the D.A.F. influences and all the mouldy cellar dancing. This is a stellar remix from an artist that never rests.