Sacre is a Parisian electro pop production and artist duo, who have started to receive attention across the blogosphere for a slick production featuring cosmic ray-like synths and tweeter and woofer rocks that’s been described by several sites as being reminiscent of Daft Punk and Justice, among others — and while that may be debatable, the duo’s latest single “Stereo” is an incredibly self-assured track that manages featuring a coquettish and ethereal, female-led hook, shimmering arpeggiated synths and tweeter and woofer rocking beats, a soulful male vocal and a swaggering 16 bars or so from up-and-coming French rapper Dopize. But underneath the swaggering nature of the song manages to capture the swooning, first realization of being stupidly, madly in love with someone — all while being a radio friendly, club banger.
Somehow part of my professional life, whether it’s with my day job or with JOVM involves managing email – kind of poorly but managing it all the same. I recently received an email from a […]
Comprised of James Curd, a sought after remixer and producer; Morgan Phalen, who contributed vocals to Justice’s sophomore effort, Audio Visual Disco; and Surahn Sidhu, the touring bassist and guitarist for Empire of the Sun, the […]
Boysnoize Records, founded by Alex Ridha, a.k.a. Boys Noize, recently released their 100th album – a double A side of remixes off Boys Noize Out of the Black by the Chemical Brothers and Justice. Boys Noize […]
Boysnoize Records founded by Alex Ridha, a.k.a. Boys Noize in 2005 is celebrating their 100th release with two special remixes – Justice had an incredible remix of Boys Noize’s “ICH R U” off his incredible Out […]
Boysnoize Records was founded in 2005 by Alex Ridha, a.k.a. Boys Noize as a way to maintain his creative freedom – he not only releases work as Boys Noize but under different monikers, such as […]