“Chick To Chick” is the debut album of Lisbon artist Teresa Sousa. She gathered her friends Moullinex, Xinobi, Cut Slack and Isac Ace to compose, produce and record 11 tracks. The result is a fresh and soulful record, painted with the most refined elements of Funk, Disco and Hip Hop. “Chick to Chick” is simultaneously sunny and dark - It goes from a summery sound to some absolutely beautiful moments of introspection. You might recall names such as Betty Davis, Minnie Ripperton, Chic or even The Fugees. It includes the brand new single “Do The Clap” but also the memorable gems “Cocktail” and “Lotta Love”.
'Elsewhere' is the second studio album by Moullinex, and it's released today, May 18th, on Discotexas, with worldwide distribution by !K7 and UMP.
Moullinex a.k.a Luis Clara Gomes aims to be - and succeeds at it – much more than a mere machine designed to make people dance. Not that he’s not good at getting crowds to move their bodies, it’s just that he navigates through various genres and contexts equally well, be it the dance floor, the sofa or the street. His second full-length album, 'Elsewhere' is a perfect example of this fusion.
The influences of soul, funk, garage-rock, Brazilian music and psychedelic sounds blend together with bursting synths and futuristic dance music, coexisting in perfect harmony with under Moullinex's defining stamp.
Having remixed for the likes of Sébastien Tellier, Röyksopp & Robyn, Cut Copy or Two Door Cinema Club, Moullinex has earned himself a solid reputation as a DJ and producer in the dance and disco world and is now set to take centre stage with the release of his second solo album.
1. Trip Advisor
2. Take a Chance
3. Things We Do
5. Don’t You Feel
7. Lies pt I
8. Lies pt II
9. Can’t Stop
10. Widening Circle
11. Sing My Heart Asleep
‘1975’ is special. It’s packed full of sonically-rich, epic productions that sound big, but not bombastic or over-baked. They take in elements of dub, surf guitar, deep house, disco and acid, all delivered with a pop sensibility and individual flare that sets it apart from other, more generic dance music long players. During 54 minutes, the album roves from contemplative moments, deep dance floor dynamics to memorable choruses, adorned with a colourful and joyous array of sounds that are beautifully produced.
Spicing up 'French touch' electro/house with his own brand of German flavorings, Justin Faust is riding a wave of praise on the blog circuit as well as a string of successful live gigs in the US and Europe. Faust has been stirring up the nu-disco/house scene for the past few years and now its time for his debut album, 'Spellbound'.
Released on 19th September through Discotexas, ‘Mom and Dad’ is the first single to be taken from Xinobi’s upcoming album‘1975.’ The Portuguese DJ, producer, musician AKA Bruno Cardoso has previously released tracks on via other notable labels including Ministry of Sound, Work It Baby and Nurvous and made waves with some high profile remixes and re-edits of John Grant, Riva Starr, Toro Y Moi and Nicolas Jaar to name a few. ‘Mom and Dad’ is a laid back, dreamy slice of Morricone-style lusciousness, combining sultry vocals and lilting guitars that drift off into the desert, dazed by the scorching sun. Despite Xinobi’s appetite for devouring various genres, there is a unique watermark and consistency to his output, due not least to his musical and arrangement-based skills.
Upcoming album ‘1975’ is special. It’s packed full of sonically-rich, epic productions that sound big, but not bombastic or over-baked. They take in elements of dub, surf guitar, deep house, disco and acid, all delivered with a pop sensibility and individual flare that sets it apart from other, more generic dance music long players. During 54 minutes, the album roves from contemplative moments, deep dance floor dynamics to memorable choruses, adorned with a colourful and joyous array of sounds that are beautifully produced.