Two of our favorite acts Pat Lok and Gold Fields come together on a fantastic remix that marries music from both hemispheres. Today Pat revealed the Australian band’s rework of his latest original single “All In My Head,” a wonderful blissed out interpretation filled with swirling synths that kicks up the dance element of the track a notch.
Pat Lok’s “All In My Head” single + remixes from Gold Fields, Howson’s Groove, and SYRE is out February 16th via Love & Other.
Pat Lok keeps the good vibes going this week with a new official remix of Australian band Gold Fields’ latest single “Hold Me.” Stay tuned for more from Pat as he preps the release of the remixes of his original single “All In My Head.”
Once again She Said Disco has selected some personal favorites, imported directly from his crates to our blog. Some you may know and hopefully some will be cherished discoveries…with no further delay. On Repeat: She Said Disco Edition //
Paradis, always a fav to me. I don’t know why they seems to be the only band who mix melodramatic french singing and techno. The two genres actually blend well. Go for a long walk in Paris streets for one night, you will understand why this sound is so effective.
For everyone who loves Italo-disco and Synthpop and who didn’t know about this band (like me), well it is for you. Their LP “Deja Vu” is a gem, a journey into a digital world made of shitty 3D and love.
Check out the first release from Stratford Court: Amicus Curiae, a compilation of 31 tracks from fresh disco cuts to slow boogie jams featuring secret disco lords such as Hemingway, Sloslylove, Flamingosis, etc… Hit the auto-repeat button, put your headphones, and go to the beach, now!
One of the more exciting new Aussie acts out there, Chela has delivered a fantastic single titled ‘Romanticise,’ released on Kitsuné. It’s a bouncy slice of pop goodness that’s pretty hard to resist, evident in the fact that it’s only been floating around for about a week and already went to #1 on Hype Machine, and has well over 100k plays on soundcloud.
Her voice really just sounds so pure on this. You know how sometimes you have to listen to a song a few times around before you make up your mind about it? This isn’t one of those songs at all… or wasn’t for me anyway. It’s a catchy, upbeat song, with great songwriting and production. You may remember Chela as the vocalist in Goldroom’s song ‘Fifteen,’ but this is really her first big single release on a label, and seems like it’s going to be a bit of a breakout for her. Check out the video below.
The single was released as an EP, with an accompanying package of remixes. None of the remixes quite stands up to the original for me, but solid re-works all around. The Gold Fields remix stands out, putting a bit more dancey spin on ‘Romanticise.’