Breakthrough electronic act Cubicolor launched in June 2014 with their ‘Next Planet EP’, released through tastemaker electronic label Anjunadeep. Followed by their ‘Got This Feeling EP’, both EPs, via their deep warm organic sounds gathered acclaim across the board.
Their 4th EP for Anjunadeep, titled ‘Down The Wall’, was recently followed by a remix of the amazing ‘X Machina’ record from Howling, on Monkeytown/Counter Records.
Ahead of their debut album in early 2016, Cubicolor arrive on Edu Imbernon’s breakthrough label Fayer, with their single, ‘Falling’.
Fayer is fast becoming the go to label for song based indie-influenced electronic music, on the back of releases from David August, Maya Jane Coles, Adriatique, and Agoria. Their 5th release marks Cubicolor’s first foray into a vocal collaboration — ‘Falling’ features London based Tim Digby-Bell, one of the founding members of the experimental-indie band Duologue. The single will be available in complete form on January 25th.
The sophomore release from Edu Imbernon’s new project Fayer comes in the shape of one of the most respected bands of the last 5 years, Metronomy. On the back of their forth studio album, “Love Letters” comes two stellar remixes from the label boss himself, and French electronic music producer, composer and DJ, Agoria.
Edu’s remix of “I’m Aquarius” starts in relaxed fashion, echoing the vibe of his recent remix of Qtier’s “Set Me On”. Synth layers build slowly, the instantly recognisable vocals of Joseph Mount teasing in, before the track erupts, refusing to let go until things break down again before another eruption at the 5 minute mark.
Agoria comes with something a little different on his “Love Letters” remix. Stripping out all vocals from the original, instead digging out a previously unused vocal, Agoria creates an off kilter, uneasy, loop driven yet epic monster that has already seen early support from Dixon, Joris Voorn and Gesaffelstein.
“Metronomy – I’m Aquarius / Love Letters (Remixes)” is released 8th December 2014 via Fayer.
“The concept around the Fayer label is to bridge the song based sounds of indie and electronica and the more club friendly sounds of house and techno. As such I looked to retain Metronomy’s more indie leaning sounds while making something more electronic and club friendly – whilst trying to make a remix that will surprise the listener, full of energy and eclecticism.” Edu Imbernon
Edu Imbernon America Tour:
21st Nov – Jimmy Woo, Mexico City, Mexico
22nd Nov – Toika, Toronto, Canada
23rd Nov – Audio, San Francisco, US
24th Nov – Sound, LA, US
28th Nov – Baum, Bogota, Colombia
29th Nov – Lost Beach Club, Montanita, Ecuador