One of the best house DJ’s in the world, Chris Lake, has put his twist on Chromeo‘s new song “Juice”, turning their cheeky synth-laden California bop, into an incredible pulsating house banger. If I had to to pick someone to remix this track, Chris Lake would’ve been right at the top of this list. This
Chromeo are coming back strong in 2018 with the announcement of their next studio LP, Head Over Heels, and they’ve already teased fans with some fresh funk from the upcoming record with a leggy lead single “Juice.” The new track is quintessential Chromeo, tongue-in-cheek 80’s-inspired synth pop with a tasty singalong hook, though now the duo’s latest is being blessed by UK house legend Chris Lake with a funky remix primed for late night DJ sets.
Swapping out the original mix’s sunkist pop appeal for a more club-leaning vibe, Chris Lake proctors a quirky new remix of “Juice” that complements the original, turning up the four-on-the-floor house thump. Holding onto the original’s vocoded groove, Lake adds some crisp percussive flair and modified guitar chords throughout, making for an aced remix effort that’s likely to lead to an official rework package soon to follow.
While Kim Kardashian has just announced that her 3rd child will be a girl, Kim Kardashian has also shared her favorite songs to help her get ready. From living in the spotlight to preparing for her latest fragrance release, Kim Kardashian somehow maintains to keep it all together. Thankfully, Kim Kardashian has decided to share
Happy Friday everyone! As we prepare for the weekend ahead, it’s time to announce this week’s newest EDM songs with our handy New EDM This Week Spotify playlist. As part of our weekly New EDM This Week playlist, we scour the internet for all of the new releases in dance music and this week we
Dave 1 and P-Thugg, better known as the Canadian funk brothers Chromeo, shared the trailer for their upcoming 5th studio album ‘Head Over Heels’ last week. Today they give us a taste of their next musical odyssey with the release of their first song and video in over three years: “Juice”. The tune captures Chromeo’s
The ’80s-fetishizing veteran synth-funkateers Chromeo have been teasing a new album Head Over Heels, the follow-up to 2014’s White Women, for a little while. And today, they’ve shared a smoothly squiggling single called “Juice,” which sounds like vintage Chromeo. They’ve also come out with a video for the track, in which director More »
Synth-pop masters Chromeo have been hard at work in the studio preparing for their next full-length album project — three years, to be exact. Their last LP was White Women, released back in 2014. Beyond touring and releasing a huge remix of Lorde‘s “Green Light” earlier this year, though, the Montreal-based duo have been relatively quiet.
You can’t rush art in the hands of Dave 1 and P-Thugg, it seems. Chromeo have now announced their next full-length album, dubbed Head Over Heels, via a hilariously eccentric new trailer released on YouTube November 2. The minute-long clip, directed by David Wilson, also teases new music suspected to be the first single off the LP.
It seems all good electro-funk things come to those who wait. Get ready for another Chromeo release on November 7 with a new song and music video.
Ten years have passed since Chromeo released their funk-driven single, “Fast Forward.” To celebrate the song’s 10th anniversary, the Canadian electro-funk duo have enlisted the genre-blurring talents of Mr. Carmack to breathe new life into the 2007 original.
Mr. Carmack treats “Fast Forward” carefully, holding onto the track’s original rock ‘n’ roll vibes and heavily synthesized funky melodies while injecting the track with more progressive qualities. Abounding on Carmack’s chilled-out rendition are toybox synth designs and heavy, atmospheric undertones. The product is a meticulous, forward-thinking remix that fuses elements of hip-hop, future bass, and chill trap, with changing glitch-inspired tempos.