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BeatauCue‘s newest EP, Slow Down recently dropped on Kitsuné and has been making viral waves since.  The EP features both the highly anticipated and catchy tune, Slow Down as well as remixes from The Japanese Popstars, Adrian Lux, GrandMarnier and DWNTWN.  With each remix comes a different rendition of the original track, ranging from groovy to dark and catchy to energetic.  At the moment I’m really digging The Japanese Popstars’ remix!

Check out the EP after the jump!

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The French duo BeatauCue have been turning heads since their humble formation in a college dorm room.  Consistently pumping out impressive originals and remixes, the two young producers have shown no signs of slowing down. With nothing but a bright future ahead of them, it seems like BeatauCue are destined for huge things, which is why I was so excited when they agreed to a quick interview for GDD!

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BROMANCE #1 : Brodinski & Gesaffelstein from Bromance Records on Vimeo.

The suave and always dapper Brodinski announced this week the launch of his label Bromance, which is bursting out of the gates with a massive EP. Louisahhh, who was featured on Danny Daze’s summer stomping anthem ‘Your Everything‘, teams up with Brodinski on ‘Let The Beat Control Your Body’. The catchy hook has Brodi’s appearing to be the more dance-floor appropriate of the two track EP, since the second tune comes courtesy of Gesaffelstein with a villainous techno beast that we’ve come to expect of the Parisian. Bromance #1 will be available digitally on November 21st.
Brodinski feat. Louisahhh! – Let The Beat Control Your Body (Preview) by BromanceRecords

Gesaffelstein – Control Movement (Preview) by BromanceRecords

After the shocking announcement last month that electronic French label Institubes decided to pull out of the game all together, fans worldwide were left scratching their heads wondering if and when a rebound would come. Thankfully, Para One, Surkin, and Bobmo secretly joined forces and launched a new label called ‘Marble‘. They release their first EP today under the name ‘Marble Players’. Undeniably French, they push the boundaries of dance music, as both tracks are serious forward-thinking analog driven bass tunes, and I can affirmatively say that ‘Marble Anthem’ is one of the best tracks I’ve come across this year. Purchase the EP on iTunes.

Marble Players (Para One, Surkin & Bobmo) – Marble Anthem (Snippet) by Marble Music

Marble Players (Para One, Surkin & Bobmo) – Playground (Snippet) by Marble Music