Kasper Bjørke’s upcoming mini-LP ‘Fountain of Youth’ bends genres such as classic house, electro, post disco and techno, into his own melting pot of late night jams - created entirely for the dance floors. It´s Kaspers joyous return to clubland, after focusing his previous album productions on song oriented compositions, suitable for home listening rather than the clubs. We can´t wait to share it with you!
Before that, ‘Cloud 9’, leading single from ‘Fountain of Youth’ is arriving with a remix package, as always handpicked by Kasper himself.
‘Cloud 9’ comes in two original versions: An instrumental version, that with its dreamy analoge OB-8 pads, haunting melancholic bell theme and 808 breakbeats surely will take you back in time. The vocal mix features Urdur from Icelandic band GusGus. Urdur delivers an infectious hookline, with a clear reference to the 90s vocal house scene.
Weval, soon to release their debut album on Kompakt, provides a stunning and brilliantly different take on the original, refocusing the vibe into a shuffling, lo-fi jam, complete with their signature sampled, pitched vocal bits.
The Italian duo Marvin & Guy, known for their jams on John Talabots Hivern Discs and most recently on Correspondant Records, brings a beefy, chugging Italo vibe to their main version with a classic arpeggio synth anthem. Marvin & Guy’s Dub Remix is pushing the simmering melodies into a dreamy climax - and is a sure shot for the open air sunset slots this summer.