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Артист: Lifelike feat. A-Trak Название: Don't Stop EP Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 Label: Kitsune/38162 О музыке:
‘Don’t Stop' feat. A-Trak is the brand new single from Lifelike's forthcoming album, Future Disco. The Don't Stop EP (Kitsun)
includes remixes by Gigamesh, Mauvais Clich, and The Bloody Sisters.'Don't Stop' features the legendary scratching of A- Trak (never
before recorded for an album) and is the first taste of Lifelike’s return to the global dance floor. Future Disco includes guest appearances by
Chromeo, Fred Falke, Afrobot, and Electric Youth (Drive Motion Picture Theme). A rarity for producers and DJs alike, Lifelike full-length album
explores the future of dance music and brings together fans of French Touch, Disco, Hip Hop, and Electronica.The highly-anticipated release of Future
Disco comes as no surprise to those who know Lifelike’s history in the French electronic movement. Early on he found himself occupying a unique
position as part of an extended musical family that includes Daft Punk, Justice, Alan Braxe, Kitsun, and Ed Banger’s Pedro Winter. The man behind
classic cuts including ‘Black Chess,’ ‘Discopolis’ (with Kris Menace), ‘So Electric’ and ‘Getting High,’ continuously releases
essential smooth disco and electronica records. They’ve come wit h welcoming recept ions and accolades ranging from BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong and
Annie Mac to the DJ bibles such as DJ Mag and Future Music Magazine, calling his productions “a sure-fire hit on dance floors” “walking that
smooth and sexy line between nu-disco and new wave.”As a remixer, Lifelike’s ability to electrify a room has been elucidated by massive blog
support and frequent charting on The Hype Machine for popular remixes of Chromeo, Sia, Empire Of The Sun, Vitalic, Moby, and Cerrone. Most recently
his remix of Visitor’s ‘Coming Home‘ has been called “a bonafide disco anthem...one of the best big-room disco songs of 2012.”As a touring
entity, Lifelike has touched down all over the globe. From Europe and Australia to Asia and America, clubs to festivals, he’s DJd alongside everyone
from Fred Falke, DJ Falcon, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Alan Braxe, to Ritchie Hawtin, Steve Angello, DJ Medhi, and many others.Lifelike is often found
tucked away in his studio in Paris, but expect a grand emergence as he prepares to debut Future Disco on stages worldwide.
He's one of the most exciting dance music producers to come out of France and let's face it, that is no small feat.
Early on LIFELIKE found himself occupying a unique position at the vanguard of the French electronic movement, and a part of an extended musical
family that includes Daft Punk, Justice, Alan Braxe, Kitsune, and Ed Banger's Pedro Winter.
Whether he's producing on his own or collaborating with a French Touch icon, LIFELIKE continuously releases essential smooth disco and
electronica records. The man behind classic cuts including 'Black Chess,' 'Discopolis' (with Kris Menace), 'So Electric'
and his latest single, 'Getting High' came with a welcoming reception and accolades ranging from BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong and Annie Mac
to the DJ bibles such as DJ Mag and Future Music Magazine, calling his productions "a sure-fire hit on dance floors" "walking that smooth and sexy
line between nu-disco and new wave." As a remixer, LIFELIKE's ability to electrify a room has been elucidated by massive blog suport and frequent
charting on The Hype Machine with popular hit remixes of Chromeo, Sia, Empire Of The Sun, Vitalic, Moby, Cerrone, and most recently Visitor.
As a touring entity, LIFELIKE has touched down all over the globe. From Europe and Australia to Asia and America, clubs to festivals, he's DJd
alongside everyone from Fred Falke, DJ Falcon, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Alan Braxe, to Ritchie Hawtin, Steve Angello, DJ Medhi, and many others...
When LIFELIKE isn't on tour, you'll likely find him tucked away in his studio. Diligent and always working, he's been finalizing his
debut full-length album for release early next year, featuring the likes of Chromeo, A-Trak, Electric Youth and many more.
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From his astonishing early days as a DMC world champ by age 15 to his acclaimed DVD "Sunglasses Is A Must" to releasing 2007's
monumental Dirty South Dance mix (Obey), Montreal-born and New York-based DJ A-Trak has consistently exceeded all expectations of a traditional DJ. He
launched his own record label, Fool's Gold Records, toured the world non-stop as a solo artist and as Kanye West's DJ, produced and helped
develop the career of much hyped Downtown Records recording artist Kid Sister, and remixed tracks for prominent artists such as Bonde do Role, Boys
Noize, Simian Mobile Disco, Kanye West, and Digitalism. Recently garnering many rave reviews for his performances during SXSW and WMC, A-Trak has also
been tapped by Jay-Z to act as musical director for his Heart Of The City tour.