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Following up on the release of ‘Serial Killer’ earlier this year, Parisian Electro protagonist Gregori Klosman returns to his recently launched Guru Recordings for round two with ‘Bad Guy’ alongside fast-rising countryman Tony Romera. In a similar manner as Klosman’s ‘Knight’ remix of Zedd’s ‘Spectrum’ with Tristan Garner, ‘Bad Guy’ sees the two Frenchmen turn their heads to the heavier side of dance music for a hefty romp of coarse festival energy, fittingly released just in time for festival season.

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Following up on the release of ‘Serial Killer’ earlier this year, Parisian Electro protagonist Gregori Klosman returns to his recently launched Guru Recordings for round two with ‘Bad Guy’ alongside fast-rising countryman Tony Romera. In a similar manner as Klosman’s ‘Knight’ remix of Zedd’s ‘Spectrum’ with Tristan Garner, ‘Bad Guy’ sees the two Frenchmen turn their heads to the heavier side of dance music for a hefty romp of coarse festival energy, fittingly released just in time for festival season.

Slated for release on May 13th.

A staple in both his and Tommy Trash’s sets over the past couple of months as part of a mashup with Depeche Mode’s ‘Personal Jesus’, Paris-residing Gregori Klosman launches his own record label named Guru Recordings with the release of the long-awaited ‘Serial Killer’.

Turning his head back to the gritty realms of Electro House, Klosman raises the bar on tough festival-proof energy with one of his strongest offerings to date. Transitioning from haunting synth lines into hard-hitting drops, ‘Serial Killer’ marks that amid the copycat maneuvers of modern Dance music, Klosman has got the ardent energy of Electro House well sussed.

Out today on Beatport.

A staple in both his and Tommy Trash’s sets over the past couple of months alongside Depeche Mode’s ‘Personal Jesus’, Paris-residing Gregori Klosman launches his own record label named Guru Recordings with the long-awaited ‘Serial Killer’.

Turning his head back to the gritty realms of Electro House, Klosman raises the bar on tough festival-proof energy with one of his strongest offerings to date. Transitioning from haunting synth lines into hard-hitting drops, ‘Serial Killer’ marks that amid the copycat maneuvers of modern Dance music, Klosman has got the ardent energy of Electro House well sussed.

Out February 25th.

Still packing a considerable surge of enthusiasm into his nations hold of Electro House, Parisian producer Gregori Klosman follows up high profile remix duties for Ne-Yo’s ‘Let Me Love You‘ with a powerful remodel of Sebjak’s landmark single ‘Follow Me’.

Replacing the original’s soft-spoken edge, Klosman’s no-nonsense remix overrides the it’s melodics with the grind-savvy style that has hallmarked his global overhaul throughout 2012. Dealing in straight up energy while preserving the originals radio-friendly topline, Klosman adds yet another fine remix to his artillery en route to 2013.

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Having all five successfully ridden the vast explosion of global dance music, a collaborative effort from Gregori Klosman, Tristan Garner, Antoine Clamaran, Michael Canitrot and Sebastien Benett was always going to be a sizeable endeavour. In hopes of disproving the saying that too many chefs spoils the broth, the French fivesome join forces for an original track called ‘Turn Off The Light’ under the guise of their new Reepublic moniker. Rife with uplifting chord progressions and suspenseful builds of energy at hand, the Frenchmen flex their instrumental muscles to match that of a radio-friendly vocal line courtesy of NYC singer T-Elle.

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Update (10/4): The official music video is live!

Once France’s best kept secret, Gregori Klosman has established himself as something of a forward-thinking asset amid his country’s modern Electro House export. But back on remix duty after taking on Ne-Yo’s ‘Let Me Love You‘, Klosman remixes Sebjak’s renowned radio single ‘Follow Me’.

Where the original has marked a landmark release for the EMI-approved Swedish producer, the track’s first official remix sees Gregori Klosman use his Electro persuasion to craftily weave an undertone of grinding floor-fuel into the more straight-laced original with maximal energy.

Out December 10th.

Having all five successfully ridden the vast explosion of global dance music, the coming together of Gregori Klosman, Tristan Garner, Antoine Clamaran, Michael Canitrot and Sebastien Benett was always going to be a sizeable endeavour. In a bid to disprove the saying that too many chefs spoils the broth, the French fivesome join forces for an original track called ‘Turn Off The Light’ under the guise of their new Reepublic moniker. But with uplifting chord progressions and suspenseful builds of energy at hand, the Frenchmen flex their instrumental muscles to match that of the radio-friendly vocals courtesy of NYC singer T-Elle.

Out November 19th.

Off the back of taking Zedd and Matthew Koma’s ‘Spectrum‘ through the motions of dotted Electro House alongside partner-in-crime Tristan Garner, his latest remix sees Klosman go in the same vein to put a classic Gregori Klosman twist on Paloma Faith’s ‘Picking Up The Pieces’ single.

With its intricate weavings of melodic play spelling out a digression from the high-pitched synths that have come to make up most of his breakdowns of late, Klosman utilises Faith’s indie-like voice with a string of fidgety melodies. Putting feel-good flavours at the forefront, the addition of his heavy-stepping signature sound makes for a qualified pairing of muscle and melodics that compliment each other with a sense of unified energy.

To the vast majority of club minded peers, Ne-Yo’s sugary vocals are the stuff of nightmares. But with his integrity still intact, Parisian crusader Gregori Klosman follows up his heavy-stepping remix of Zedd’s ‘Spectrum‘ alongside Tristan Garner with an ambitious take on the American pop sensation’s latest single ‘Let Me Love You’.

In the same vein as his latest Spinnin Records release, ‘Minibar‘, Klosman complements the radio friendly vocals of the original with high-pitched synth work and his signature dotted Electro House. As infectious and club friendly as well-groomed crossovers can get to the dark side, his return to the more mainstream coasts of urban crossovers marks one of his larger tests thus far and makes for further prosperity for 2012.

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