French duo Remote launch their label
Les Disques Stupéfiant with Tyckal ep
Duo composed by Eric Guillanton and Seb Fouble, REMOTE is recognized today as one of the figureheads of the French electro scene. Spanning over ten years, they started at the wonder years of the Pulp club in Paris, when the nightlife scene advocated a certain sense of irreverence, or even insubordination. It is a philosophy that can be felt in their music, freed from every genre, which seduced by turns labels such as Kill the DJ, Zone, Meant, Clouded Vision, Fondation, Tigersushi…
This year, REMOTE are launching their own label, Les Disques Stupefiant, and present on this first ep two tracks and one acapella by themselves. Tyckal puts your foot straight in it and plunges us into what REMOTE do the best. A torpid and frenetic saga where a disco bassline and retro synths meet on the dancefloor to give birth to a purebred and powerful techno track. Like a venom spreading slowly into its target, Cyanopus then takes over and plays on a more progressive field. The elements gradually appear and hold a frightening and suffocating tension all along the track. Here again, it’s hard to classify the track style and the last track of the ep just confirms this rule.
Dark, organic and sweaty, the first release of the label sets the tone and creates this indescribable dependence that only an extended club night can express.
To celebrate the launch of their label, REMOTE has created on Single Pattern a range of 3 products designed with the cover of the ep. E free digital download of the ep is included when buying each of these products. Here we go: