D.O.D. "Hoy Es ???"

After meeting James Brown with the 1,2,3,4 ep released in 1998 D.O.D. (Cesar de Melero and Mr Claude) visit Venicious de Moraes. They provide three mixes ranging from deep ethnic music, dancefloor action to underground sound with a message from the poet: today is saturday, what about tomorrow? (sunday is creation day).
With the track Life they come back to the 90's with accoustic instruments.


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Plaisir de France "Revisite 1"

The Parisian Superhero: PLAISIR DE FRANCE
A night spent hitting up clubs in the city where the party never stops. A trail blazed from the 3rd arrondissement, through the Left Bank and Avenue Marceau. Our modern day hero and brooding dandy, Plaisir De France, flits from roof to roof. The sun is gently rising over the Place de la Concorde. The truth is close at hand.



Antonine & Monsieur "Je Suis Bien"

A pure dose of naughty thoughts, "je suis bien" speaks of unfulfilled desire; an afternoon of boredom… To be consumed without moderation.

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"Je Suis Bien" Original Mix
A very nice meeting in a bar between Prince and Chagrin d'Amour. Plaisir de France says OUI! French funky pop with horny lyrics.



Miss You "Amores Imposibles ep"

Debora Danger, (songwriter born in Argentina) and Olivier Degorce (composer signed on MENTAL GROOVE Geneva, TEKNOTIKA/ US Detroit) met in one of the first magazines devoted to electronic music.
Debora wrote for the press exploring the political aspects of electronic music, Olivier became a photographer and exhibited his work in several galleries and european art centers.



Plaisir de France "Disco Jalousie"

After his last acclaimed maxi "1994/2009", the 90's flava floor filler supported by Busy P., Miss Kittin & many others, Plaisir de France comes back again with two disco gems.

Tracklisting

"Disco Jalousie"
This is a flashback cliché to the 1994 summer disco club progressive



SunSun "Give It To Me"

SunSun duet aka Eva Peel & Mike Theis is a mix of pop synth and electro-rock influences. “Give it to me” is their first track together - although their cover of Q.Lazarus’s 80’s anthem “Goodbye horses” already featured on a DVD in 2008 illustrating John Galliano’s fashion backstage for Vogue Magazine.



Felix "No More Privacy"

Oh là là, Felix, french artist, over talented keyboard player, comes up with a huge track
Get ready and burn down the floors!!!

Tracklisting

"No More Privacy"
A pure epileptic UK progressive house summer track featuring an orgasmic organs hysteria)

DJs feedback

Benny Benassi " very good track... on my radio show thanks "


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