Back on remix duty after their remodel of The Others’ ‘The Way You Make Me‘, eclectic French duo BeatauCue take on remix duties for the lead single off of Two Door Cinema Club’s second studio album.
Boasting all the characteristics of a modern French piece of art, their reign as a neophyte stronghold in European Dance music is embellished with this frisky yet smoothly ornamented homecoming of superior Electronic stylings. In a world where Europe’s reign can often be associated with untimely stereotypes, there is something organically artistic in Alexis Bruaert and Médéric Martin’s definitive nod to the new school French onslaught that makes this gem of a remix all that more exciting.
Eclectic French DJ and production outfit BeatauCue follow up their latest single offering ‘Slow Down‘ to take on The Others ‘The Way You Make Me’. Embarking upon their most daring remix to date, the duo leaves the comfort zone of their fashionable Electro peers at Kitsuné to take on the gentle Dub Step stylings of Alex Crawford. Drawing on some familiar hallmarks of their renowned modern Electronica get-up, the duo seamlessly orientates ‘The Way You Make Me’ into a smooth yet intricate display of perky synth work and vigorous beats. As ambitious as such remix duties may seem, the daring French duo prove seamlessly capable of bringing a little Electronic bliss to the gritty realms of Dub Step for 2012.
Words by Dan Carter
French Electronica entrepreneurs Kitsune have always been full of surprises. But in a wild card move for the dignified imprint, formidable Caen producers BeatauCue call upon young Swedish peer Adrian Lux to remodel their ‘Slow Down’ single. Already renowned for superior production qualities, there is something distinctly different in his approach to this restrained yet refined remix. Pacing the beats and concisely tailored bass line alongside a closely cut array of high-end leads, Lux escapes the realms of the Progressive House banger to develop a mature and overtly warm collection of deeper club music with unmistakable soul. Off the back of his highly-anticipated debut album, this may come as a shock to many of his adoring fans, but the young Swede successfully proves there is more than meets the eye to his stern studio capabilities.
Words by Dan Carter
Masters of the new classic turned fashionable Electronic outlet Kitsuné have mustered some incredibly assorted talents amongst their ever-expanding roster. As one their most versatile assets to date, eclectic French duo BeatauCue prepare to join the ranks of the imprint’s infamously eclectic array of talents for the second instalment of their Parisien compilation – an ongoing testament to the cities deep romancing of persuasive club worthy offerings. Boasting all the characteristics of a modern French masterpiece, their reign as a neophyte stronghold in European Dance music is embellished with this frisky yet smoothly ornamented homecoming of harmonically superior Electronic stylings. In a world where Europe’s reign can often be associated with untimely stereotypes, there is something organically artistic in Alexis Bruaert and Médéric Martin’s definitive nod to the new school French onslaught to which Kitsune are comfortably leading.
Words by Dan Carter
Hailing from Caen, France, Alexis Bruaert and Médéric Martin, better known as BeatauCue, make up one of the most promising acts of the artist roster of Kitsuné – one of electronic music’s most eminent record label to date. Well-renowned for their versatile style and efforts, BeatauCue continue to show no signs of slowing down as they up the ante further for the unveiling of the French duo’s next release off Kitsuné – ‘Kiho’. Set to be released as part of the record imprint’s second installment of their thus far successful Parisien compilation series on February 13th, ‘Kiho’, which hints of a frisky yet somewhat soothing appeal alongside a neoteric and harmonic take on French touch, is certain to see itself arising into prominence as 2012’s first testament to Bruaert and Martin’s already known ability to master a wide range of genres.