As the momentum continues to build around his highly-anticipated “Outrun” album, Kavinsky releases a forward-thinking package of remixes for the album’s first single, ‘ProtoVision’.
Always ready and willing to push every boundary within Electronic Music imaginable, the undisputed German master of weird yet inspiring club delicacies Alexander Ridha, best known as Boys Noize, takes the lead with a tough yet softly ornamented remix. On the flip, New York-based producer Blood Orange puts a melodic nu-disco twist on ‘ProtoVision’, adding delicate vocals from aspiring London singer Lou Hayter of The New Sins to wrap up a remix pack of unconventional Dance music done right.
The vinyl release also includes a remix from Sebastien Tellier.
Always ready and willing to push every boundary within Electronic Music imaginable, the undisputed German master of weird yet inspiring club delicacies Alexander Ridha, best known as Boys Noize, is back to take on remix duties for the first single to emerge from Kavinsky’s upcoming debut album. Swapping the downtempo stylings of ‘Protovision‘ for his own, forward-thinking take on Dance music, this tough yet softly ornamented remix makes for a strong testament to the true potential of unconventional club music done right.
Out soon along with remixes from Mumbai Science, Blood Orange, Turzi and Sebastien Tellier.
By far one of the most impressive producers to emerge from France over the past several years, Electro connoisseur Kavinsky remains an unstoppable beacon of hope amid the crowded industry heyday. Fresh off the unveiling of ‘Odd Look’ as part of a new BMW commercial, the forward-thinking Parisian comes out with the first track from his upcoming motion picture soundtrack, ‘Outrun’. Amid the familiar heavyset edge and strong melodic ornamentation, ‘Protovision’ sees Kavinsky embrace his downtempo mindset yet again for a sophisticated and refreshing sweep of thoroughbred Electronica.
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For all the French innovators that have blessed club music throughout its scattered history, Kavinsky veers close to the ranks of musical idol. But in a newly unveiled commercial from German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company BMW, the long-serving Parisian returns to the forefront of forward-thinking music with a preview of the first track from his upcoming “Outrun” album. Mixing slick design and animation with a futuristic take on house music, the video commercial featuring ‘Odd Look’ showcases what could well be the future of car design and electronic music alike.
Kavinsky’s ‘Outrun’ album is set for release next year.