Monday, 14 June 2010


Check out some sneek peeks of the album cover here:

Released July 26th

On one hand, Kitsuné, the record label extraordinaire that gave you Digitalism, La Roux and Two Door Cinema Club, is also a fashion label. Sure its ever colourful Maison compilations – almost ten of them now – have become the reference in everything that’s new and quirky in the world of pop, breaking today many of tomorrow’s important artists. It’s also an elegant – young and modern – clothing line based on quality, that keeps on expanding and is soon turning into a bit of a phenomena in Japan.

On the other, Ponystep, the noted fashion-style webmag based in east London has built a global reputation for all things fashion, art and music. It also happens to throw some of the best parties around. No wonder, the man behind Ponystep is Richard Mortimer infamous for his BoomBox night, which rocked the British capital and shook fashion circles the world over. BoomBox’s sense of freedom and electro/pop party brought a breath of fresh air to clubland and attracted celebrities (Bjork, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Jeremy Scott…) along with London’s fashion elite (Giles Deacon, Gareth Pugh, Henry Holland, Christopher Kane, Marios Schwab…)

Fusing pop, electro, indie, disco and more, Kitsuné-Ponystep mixes tracks and remixes from some of the hottest names around (Roisin Murphy, French Horn Rebellion, Booka Shade, Aeroplane, Lindstrom, Munk…); a truly international cast that goes as far as Sydney, Perth, NYC, Oslo, Berlin, Munich, Manchester and inevitably Paris and London. Seventy minutes designed to make you dance… and also, at times, move you. In today’s troubled times, emotion has become fashion’s latest by-word and is certainly an essential ingredient here: plenty of songs, with vocals and people playing instruments such as new Xenomania artist Florrie, Northern Island’s finest Two Door Cinema Club, Belgium’s Das Pop, Vienna’s Bunny Lake, Sweden’s Lo Fi Fnk, David E Sugar… a far cry from the dull thump you often associate with fashion soundtracks. As such Kitsuné-Ponystep is not just a dj mix, Andrea Gorgerino, Bouthier’s studio side-kick and half of their recording project JBAG (also a versatile dj unit that has remixed Ladyhawke, Kylie, Sparks and S-Express), knows like no other how to apply magic, and a bit of drama, as he does on the shows to enhance the aural experience- By Family PR


1) Róisín Murphy – Momma’s Place
2) Bag Raiders – Turbo Love (Light Year remix)
3) Munk – La Musica
4) Two Door Cinema Club – I Can Talk (French Horn Rebellion remix)
5) Voltaire Twins – D.I.L (JBAG’s hot pop remix)
6) Florrie – 911 (Beataucue remix JBAG edit)
7) JBAG ft. Louise Prey – X Ray Sex
8) Adamski – I Dream Of You (2010 version)
9) Lindstrom – I Feel Spaced (Freeform 5 remix / JBAG re-edit)
10) D-Pulse – Highway To Saturn (JBAG edit)
11) Jupiter – Mama Used To Say
12) Act Yo Age – La Fumo Loco (In Flagranti remix)
13) Rainbow Arabia – Holidays In Congo (Myd remix)
14) Lo-Fi-Fnk – Steppin’ Out (Popular Computer remix/ JBAG re-edit)
15) May 68 – My Ways
16) David E Sugar – Party Killer
17) Booka Shade – Regenerate
18) Bunny Lake – Army Of Lovers (JBAG’s hot pop remix)
19) Mustang – Try To Dance
20) Das Pop – Fool For Love (Aeroplane remix)

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