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Alex Gopher – Back to Basics

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After the single ‘Smile’ with Etienne de Crecy and Asher Roth, Alex Gopher is back with this EP including four new tracks.

1. Back to basics
2. Do it
3. On & on
4. Fresh

Soulful electronic french dance music ! This EP will be followed soon with a volume 2 and remixed versions. Limited edition 180g yellow vinyl with CD included. Digital release date (Idol) : march 25, 2016

Video: Etienne de Crécy – Smile


For his new video for “Smile (Vocal Mix)” with Alex Gopher featuring Asher Roth, French producer ETIENNE DE CRECY heads to Atwater Village in Los Angeles, CA. The video, directed by de Crécy and produced by , captures a morning commute on Glendale Boulevard from a driver’s point of view while listening to “Smile.” It’s an LA experience, even with a radio intro courtesy of KCRW 89.9 DJ Jason Bentley.

I discovered Asher Roth with the ‘Tangerine Girl’ video,”says de Crécy about his “Smile” vocalist Asher Roth, who also makes an appearance in the video. “I went totally mad with this song! And when I thought of a vocalist to feature for ‘Smile,’ obviously only Asher could bring the easy-going funkiness I was looking for this track. But the surprise was how fast he made the song! In a matter of hours at Alex Gopher’s studio. That was amazing. ‘Give it a try…smile.’ I can choose this line for my epitaph!!!

“Smile (Vocal Mix)” is available now alongside remixes by
Don Dada, Moonbootica, Clyde P, Round, Mijo and Malikk as a remix package. The original version of “Smile” appears on Etienne de Crécy’s album Super Discount 3.

Alex Gopher – No Drop EP [2013]

Following last year’s "Hello Inc" EP, Parisian producer Alex Gopher has unveiled a new track, "No Drop", taken from his forthcoming album. "No Drop" is a banging psychedelic electro jam, which comes backed with great remixes by Greek producer NTEIBINT, as well as electro luminary Shinichi Osawa. Out next week. Listen to a teaser below.

Télépopmusik – Try Me Anyway” feat Betty Black

Eight years since the release of their soft-downtempo inspired sophomore record Angel Milk (and the 2009 single of Ghost Girl), electro-pop French band Télépopmusik are finally back with “Try Me Anyway/Fever”, with an album to follow, at the end of the year. Watch the video for “Try Me Anyway” and stream “Fever” featuring (Silvia) Betty Black, below. Video directed by Philipp Virus. Zombie Disco Squad, Dirty ChannelsPopulette, and Pit Spector also provided remixes for the project. Alex Gopher mixed the project.

Etienne de Crécy – We, Computers

House music stalwart Etienne de Crécy has announced a brand new EP, ‘BEATS N CUBES VOL 2’ via his own label Pixadelic this summer. This is the second volume of the lauded BEATS ‘N’ CUBES series, which sees Etienne de Crécy deliver an exclusive set of tracks that have only ever been played in his legendary Cube live set up. Painstakingly reworked by the man himself in the studio, these four finely crafted club gems will finally be released this August just in time for the summer party calendar.

Etienne explains: “The Beats’n’Cubes show was initially conceived as a scenography feature, where I could play my live tracks on a large festival stage. It didn’t take long for me to get inspired by the installation strength. I have regularly updated the show with new images and new tracks to adapt the music to this cube, a massive and luminous structure. I have only been playing these tracks live so it is really exciting to have these songs finally being released.”

All tracks have been mixed by Alex Gopher. Stream “We, Computers”, below.