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Paris-based Electro producer Behdad Nejatbakhshe has never been an all that predictable asset to France’s legendary club music export. But while 2012 has spelt nothing but promise for the organic club mongers, the aftermath of the summer season sees Uppermost drop his new album ‘One’ to hit home a collection of forward-thinking properties.

But a sound scope ranging from the down tempo stylings of ‘Different’ and ‘Destination’ right through to the heavily distorted sounds of ‘Dance’ and ‘Blasted’, ‘One’ ditches the straight up Electro House that the Paris resident has encompassed over the years to collect one of the most innovative and multifarious full-length albums to have touched Electronic music of late.

Beatport Link

00:00 – Origin
00:22 – Dance
00:47 – Blasted
01:41 – The People
02:42 – Faster
03:57 – Disconnected
05:26 – Flashback
06:34 – Gather
07:42 – Dreamworld
08:47 – Different
09:57 – Human
10:50 – Destination

Paris-based Electro producer Behdad Nejatbakhshe has never been an all that predictable asset to France’s legendary club music export. But while 2012 has spelt nothing but promise for the organic club mongers, the aftermath of the summer season sees Uppermost drop his new album ‘One’ to hit home a collection of forward-thinking properties.

But a sound scope ranging from the down tempo stylings of ‘Different’ and ‘Destination’ right through to the heavily distorted sounds of ‘Dance’ and ‘Blasted’, ‘One’ ditches the straight up Electro House that the Paris resident has encompassed over the years to collect one of the most innovative and multifarious full-length albums to have touched Electronic music of late.

‘One’ will be released September 10.

00:00 – Origin
00:22 – Dance
00:47 – Blasted
01:41 – The People
02:42 – Faster
03:57 – Disconnected
05:26 – Flashback
06:34 – Gather
07:42 – Dreamworld
08:47 – Different
09:57 – Human
10:50 – Destination

Since the release of Unleash The Fucking Dada in October of 2010, this Swedish duo stood out as a primal asset to the more experimental department of electronic dance music. Having created an image like no other, Dada Life release the vocal version of their third single contender of 2011, following the debut release of their new So Much Dada label being the original, White Noise / Red Meat on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak and Fight Club Is Closed (It’s Time For Rock N Roll) on Spinnin. Although the DJ and production outfit of two has been in the industry for quite some time now, it was not until recently their reputation has scampered away into the sky. The crazy and utmostly innovative electro heads of Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom are yet again merging their twisted baseline and electro sounds with a simple and dainty but punchy piano lead for Happy Violence, now graced with a cacophonic sounding vocal. Coming off their remix of Encoded in April, the take on Little Bad Girl and having a remix on Prutataaa coming up, the vocal version of their last single output is now available to download now via their newly launched So Much Dada imprint along with remixes from Uppermost and Swanky Tunes!

Dada Life – Happy Violence (Remixes) [So Much Dada] – Beatport Link

Official video

Dada Life – Happy Violence (Uppermost Remix) Dada Life – Happy Violence (Swanky Tunes Remix)

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