Fresh off remixing Justin Timberlake’s ‘Suit & Tie’, Belgian producer Vito De Luca, better known to the world under the guise of Aeroplane, returns to finally release his highly-anticipated remix Kimbra of ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ fame. Taking ‘Two Way Street’ through the motions of his bubbly sound, Aeroplane lays down a formidable remix that lands somewhere in the space between tropical Deep House and nu-disco.
Out today on Beatport.
Always on hand to prove that there is more to dance music than high-pitched synths and grinding Electro, Belgian Nu Disco enthusiast Aeroplane lays down a funk-induced number of Justin Timberlake’s comeback single with Jay Z, ‘Suit & Tie’.
Transitioning from a sleek flare of eccentric beats and Timberlake’s distinct vocals, Aeroplane’s remix ascends into an all-out affair of sexy trumpet leads and infectious bass grooves, marking an essential throwback to the vintage day of American Disco with a sensational 21st century House twist.
More info on the release as we get it.
Always on hand to prove that there is more to dance music than high-pitched synths and grinding Electro, Aeroplane follows up his latest single, ‘In Her Eyes‘, to lend his Midas-like touch to Giorgio Moroder’s 1977 classic ‘From Here To Eternity’.
Landing somewhere in the space between tropical Deep House and nu-disco, the Belgian blends scattered yet seamless samples between a deep and atmospheric run of melodic progressions for a worthy remix of the disco legend that is Giorgio Moroder. Digressing from the ‘hands in the air’ moments now so commonly associated with Electronic music, if this remix is any indication, a calm and collected approach is still well worth pursuing amid the somewhat stateside biased 21st century Electronic music explosion.
In a long overdue to the original production front, Aeroplane combines forces with Chicago House veteran Jamie Principle for ‘In Her Eyes’. But where the original engages in the atmospherics of vintage nu-disco, Louis La Roche and mysterious duo Tiger and Woods are on hand to bat for the remix package in the name of forward-thinking music.
Back on remix duty after putting a deep House twist on Justin Bieber’s ”As Long As You Love Me,” Norwich’s Louis La Roche embraces his more down tempo mindset for a sophisticated 114 BPM sweep of thoroughbred Electronica over the soothing properties of ‘In Her Eyes’, leaving just enough room for Tiger and Woods to lay down a bouncy number of synth rolls and rerunning vocal loops throughout.
Back on remix duty after putting a deep House twist on Justin Bieber’s ”As Long As You Love Me,” Norwich’s Louis La Roche embraces his more down tempo mindset for a take on the upcoming single from Belgium’s Aeroplane and Chicago House pioneer Jamie Principle. Complementing the original’s melodic lead play with a sophisticated sweep of thoroughbred Electronica, Louis La Roche’s latest divergent remix sees him flex his instrumental muscles for a 114 BPM breeze over the soothing properties of ‘In Her Eyes’.
Out November 5 via AeroPop Records.
Dubbed as the top selling vinyl release of 2010, NYC House moguls Morgan Geist and Damon C. Scott, better known as Storm Queen, have mustered a significant dose of affection for the meticulous ‘Look Right Through’. But such a landmark outing of Disco infused House begged a worthy spur of worthy remixers. Scoring high in part one of the remix package, likeminded Belgian Nu Disco enthusiast Aeroplane was first in line to prove himself well worth an extension of this modern classic . With an energetic yet distinctly ornamented remodel of considerable melodic resonance, his systematic calm is a positive shade to this apt downtime transition.
Recently inaugurated Defected House Master Marc Kinchen may now be the stuff of legend, but his mark on Geist and Scott’s eclectic anthem amid part two of the remix package is a chic take on his own old school legacy. Turning far groovier tides of rhythmic prescision with a solid backbone of that vintage energy that played as the soundtrack to his ascent, there is little to fault in these worthy remodels of a song that is proving a hard one to shake off the club circuit.
Words by Dan Carter
Based out of Belgium, Vito De Luca, better known as Aeroplane, is one of the prominent figures in a significantly more soothing and experimental take on Electronic Music. Following a hectic year for Electronic Dance Music and a New Year’s Eve that, mainly, has been evenly hectic, we thought we’d kick the year of 2012 off with a more down-tempo, soulful mix in shape of Aeroplane’s last mix of 2011 – the December showcase. It offers a glimpse of the hottest tunes in a diverse and sophisticated side of modern-day Electronic Music and features artists like David August, Douglas Greed, Jacques Renault, Faze Action as well as the catchy Leo Zero interpretation on the dreamy voice of Lana del Rey and more.
01. Principle Of Geometry – L.A (Joakim ‘Tape’ Edit) [Tigersushi]
02. David August – You Got To Love Me [Diynamic]
03. Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (Leo Zero Remix) [Polydor]
04. Clock Opera – Once And For All (Andrew Weatherall Remix) [Universal]
05. Gin Joints – For Tonight (Neon Workout Remix) [Discotheque ala Carte]
06. Douglas Greed – Krautpolka [Gigolo]
07. Claes Rosen – Into The Bloom (Luiz B Remix) [Spring Tube]
08. Odyssey – Going Back To My Roots (Faze Action Remix) [Ism]
09. Yacht – I Walked Alone (Jacques Renault Remix) [DFA]
10. Surrender – Conflicted [La Bombe]
The Italian-Belgian duo Aeroplane recently dropped a new track of theirs. With a Black Van (Kris Menace) and Breakbot remixes in the baggage, it can only go successive! It was released yesterday through Eskimo Recordings, grab yourself a copy of it now!
Brand new mixtape made by Aeroplane, thumbs up!
To download this mixtape, please press the arrow pointing down on your right hand side in the soundcloud player
6. Aeroplane – Without Lies (Breakbot Remix)
The charismatic Pete Tong hits us again with new house music from all around the globe! This week Yousef takes us through his ultimate 24 hours, Vito from Aeroplane talks us through their new album and finally Eric Prydz peeks in with a phonecall speaking about the Warehouse Project in Manchester. He also tells us that his upcoming Eric Prydz single is finished, Last night I finished off the new Eric Prydz single, I’ve been busting my balls for the last two weeks just trying to get it right. I don’t wanna say too much but it’s something you’ve heard before but in a totally different way. Sounds good to me, can’t wait to hear a sample of it! Now, check out this weeks Essential Selection, brought to you by Pete Tong and BBC Radio 1!
Dennis Ferrer vs. System F & Laidback Luke – Super Hey Hey (Tristan Garner Bootleg Mix) [White Label]
Laidback Luke feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn – Timebomb [Time Cat]
Kris Menace feat. Emil – Walking On The Moon [New State]
Rasmus Faber & Alf Tumble feat. Candi Station – The Wilder Side (Tong & Rogers Wonderland Remix) [Defected]
Lauren Pritchard – Not The Drinking (Riva Starr Radio Edit) [Island]
Michel Cleis – Litoral [Cadenza]
Robert Babicz – Warm Rain [Babiczstyle]
Sharam – Fun [White Label]
Chilly Gonzales – Never Stop (Rap Mix) [Phantasy]
Spirit Catcher – No Way [Systematic]
ESSENTIAL NEW TUNE
Afrojack – Amanda [White Label]
24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE WITH YOUSEF
Yousef – 1000 Pictures [Intec Digital]
Mark Knight – Natural Instinct [Toolroom]
Tom Flynn vs. Black Sheep – Strobelight Honey [White Label]
ERIC PRYDZ PHONER OPENING OF WAREHOUSE PROJECT
Phillip Badar – Summer Big Beat (Nic Fanciulli Remix) [Saved]
Tom Flynn – Italian Bounce [Snatch!]
Pirupa & Pigi – Breakdown (DJ Danila Potsamerplatz Remix) [White Label]
Underworld – Downpipe (Live From Maida Vale) [Cooking Vinyl]
15 MINUTES OF FAME WITH AEROPLANE (ALBUM REVIEW)
Aeroplane – My Enemy [Wall Of Sound]
Aeroplane – London Bridge [Wall Of Sound]
Aeroplane – Superstar [Wall Of Sound]
Art Department – Without You [Crosstown Rebels]
Jamie Woon – Night Air (Ramadanman Refix) [Candent Songs]
The Japanese Popstars – Let Go (Green Velvet Remix) [Virgin]
ESSENTIAL HOT MIX
Idiotproof vs. Eats Everything – Can You Jump [Made To Play]
Steve Lawler feat. Roland Clark – Gimme Some More (Dub Special)
Loco Dice – La Bicicletta [Cocoon]
Samuel L. Session – The Soloist (Reboot Remix) [Be As One]
Marco Effe – Hyden [Sci + Tec]
ONE MORE TUNE
Boys Noize – Yeah [Boys Noize]