Premiere: Sirens Of Lesbos – “Together In 1980s Japan”


In 2014 six-piece Greek collective Sirens Of Lesbos burst upon the global dance scene with their euphoric Balearic anthem “Long Days, Hot Nights,” on Exploited. Mysterious mask-wearing mixer Claptone and French phenom Fred Falke put their stamp on the track with gallant remixes, and the Athens-based outfit’s masterpiece soared into the stratosphere. This month the wildly creative posse return with Essays Volume 1, an EP tailored exclusively for the dance floor. We’re thrilled to world premiere “Together In 1980s Japan,” a dreamy disco-house affair sporting a bouncy bassline, shimmering melodies, crafty synth-driven bleeps and oh-so-angelic vocal samples. This one has an Ibiza sunset written all over it. Hit the play button below and get ready to swoon.

Essays Volume 1 is released August 24, 2015 on Exploited.

Image by Janosch Abel


Fred Falke’s 5 Tracks of the Moment

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French house DJ/producer Fred Falke has contributed his fair share of big tunes tailored for the dance floor for well over a decade. Embedding his bespoke productions and DJ sets with infectious energy and a forward-thinking pop ethos, he’s reimagined songs in thoroughly refreshing ways for the likes of Hot Chip, Grizzly Bear, Metronomy, La Roux and fellow countrymen Justice.

Currently dividing his time between Los Angeles and France, Falke is set to play a major soirée in his adopted hometown at Sound Nightclub on May 14. The bill also features Louis La Roche, jackLNDN, January Black and Channel One & Ford Prefect (b2b).

In advance of the party presented by Ouija Entertainment and L’Affaire Musicale, we checked in with Monsieur Falke and asked him to share his five favorite tunes of the moment. Continue Reading