Unvelied via Soundcloud yesterday, here is the brand new Tensnake remix of the Pets Shop Boys' latest single 'Thursday', which features none other than Mr Elliot Gleave (aka Example). What a collaboration.
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Uploaded late last night, here is the official video for Example's new single, which draws on lots of the elements from his live show. Definitely one of my favourite Example videos to date, and his biggest track since 'Changed The Way You Kiss Me' - I hope this is a massive hit, as there is nothing like it out there at the minute. Pre-order HERE.
Following his #2 position as a new entry last week, Example this week finds himself at the top of the Cool Cuts Charts with his new single 'All The Wrong Places', which is set to be released September 8th on Sony. Other notable appearances are Example's pals Chase & Status at #2 with their new one, along with new entries from Chris Malinchak, Paul Woolford & Rizzle Kicks. The Cool Cuts is the UK’s leading tastemaker dance chart compiled from reactions from tastemaker DJs and the Cool Cuts panel. You can pre-order the single HERE, with the official video dropping next week.
Both premiered last night by Andi Durrant & B. Traits respectively, here are Quintino and Calyx & Teebee's killer remixes of the lead single from Example's forthcoming fifth studio album. Quintino takes the track down a pulsating and pumping Electro route, whilst C&T bring us a twisting and turning Drumstep remix of epic proportions. Can see both sending crowds wild in the coming months - pre-order HERE.
After the original was given its world premiere earlier in the week, Mistajam tonight unleashed Jack Beats' remix of the new Example single on the world. A bit deeper and darker than their usual work, Plus One & Beni take the track in a whole direction - one that will fit perfectly into my sets. Pre-order HERE.
Premiered tonight as Zane Lowe's Hottest Record in the World, here is the lead single from Example's forthcoming fifth studio album, which is produced by Example himself and a currently unnamed act that Gleave has taken under his wing. The anthemic lyrics are based around the current financial economy and the sound is influenced by 90's Dance/Acid Rave - the synth and final minute in particular get you in a way that only 'Changed The Way You Kiss Me' does. Lyric and official video coming soon, along with remixes from Quintino & Jack Beats; pre-order HERE.