Norwegian producer Lindstrøm, aka “the king of space disco” (New Yorker), will release his fifth solo album, It’s Alright Between Us As It Is, on October 20th via Smalltown Supersound.
The album, presented as one continuous stream of nine interlocked tracks, shows Lindstrøm refining his love of arpeggiated synths, relentless uplifting beats, warm and steamy analogue bubble baths and ear-worm melodies. In conjunction with today’s album announcement, he shares the shimmery electronic pop of lead single “Shinin” feat. Grace Hall. It’s one of three songs on the album with guest vocalists; the others feature Jenny Hval and Frida Sundemo.
Listen to Lindstrom & Prins Thomas’ remix of This Song by RAC ft. Rostam
Acclaimed artist RAC (pronounced Ar-Ay-Cee) – known as Andre Allen Anjos – has released a new remix of his current single “This Song” from space disco titans Lindstrom & Prins Thomas. “This Song” is from RAC’s highly anticipated new album out this summer via Counter Records. The original track features vocals from songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist ROSTAM, formerly of Vampire Weekend, who has collaborated with Solange, Frank Ocean, Hamilton Leithauser, RA RA Riot and more.
Taking RAC’s electronic-pop format into the clubs, the Lindstrom & Prins Thomas’ interpretation of ‘This Song’ is an eight and a half minute epic that takes the listener on a journey – expanding on the track’s arrangement with polyrhythmic percussion, immersive pads and a euphoric sound that’s tailor-made for terrace parties all summer long.
Of the remix, Anjos says: “I’ve been a huge fan of Lindstrom and Prins Thomas for many years now and it’s so cool to be on the other end of this. I really love what they did with this song and it gives it another dimension.”
RAC has also confirmed select DJ sets at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade and Ibiza’s Ushuaia. See below for complete tour details.
Most recently, Anjos won a Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording of Bob Moses’ “Tearing Me Up”, making him the first Portuguese artist to win a Grammy.
July 12—Los Angeles, CA—The Echo
July 14—Brooklyn, NY—Rough Trade
July 23—Ibiza, Spain—Ushuaia
Aug 11-13—San Francisco, CA—Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival
Sep 22-24—Las Vegas, NV—Life is Beautiful Festival
After Ben Moorhouse and Leo a.k.a Ten Fé released Twist Your Arm, their bluesy-electro-stomper produced by Ewan Pearson (Jagwar Ma, M83, The Rapture), which was NME’s New Music of the Day, Line Of Best Fit’s Song of the Day and Hype Machine No. 1, Ten Fé unveil an exciting new rework by Norwegian DJs and producers Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas.
Listen to ‘Twist Your Arm (Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas Remix)’ HERE.
The original ‘Twist Your Arm’ features slide guitars, chain-gang backing vocals, gospel piano and a Primal Scream / Screamadelica infusion by Pearson. Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas, two of Norway’s biggest names on the electronic music scene have delivered a disco wig-out version.
The band’s 5-track Remix EP, ‘Hit The Light – The Remixes’, is out now as a digital download and on limited edition Vinyl. The EP has an impressive line-up featuring remixes by electronic music legend UNKLE, Ewan Pearson, Tom Furse of The Horrors and German Roman Flügel. The Remix EP is the culmination of a collaboration between the band and Electronic Beats, and the deft analogue-meets-digital vibe that their relationship is about, presenting exciting and exclusive remixes of Ten Fé’s album tracks on limited edition vinyl.
Hit The Light – The Remixes
1. Make Me Better (UNKLE Reconstruction)
2. Turn (Ewan Pearson Remix)
3. Another Way (Tom Furse Extrapolation)
4. Twist Your Arm (Roman Flügel Remix)
5. Twist Your Arm (Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas Remix)
Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas remix Flume collaboration with Beck!!
Following the release of their acclaimed debut LP ‘Brainsugar’, Cubicolor return with a remix of ‘Fictionalise’ from iconic Norwegian duo Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas.
The pioneering pair have achieved notoriety over the past 13 years since first working together, with a remarkable back catalogue of influential work including much-loved solo albums, a collaborative LP, and joint remixes for the likes of The Chemical Brothers and Roxy Music. The duo join forces again for the first time since 2012 on a melancholic, disco-tinged remix, following a fruitful few years of solo releases which have been acclaimed by the likes of Pitchfork, Resident Advisor, BBC 6Music and NPR.
‘Brainsugar’ is out now on on Anjunadeep (“One of the hottest electronic labels in the world” – Hype Machine).
Lindstrøm released his “Windings” EP this past summer via Smalltown Supersound/Feedelity. Skyward synths, effervescent rhythms and melodies that spiral beautifully into the great unknown, the “Windings” EP is Lindstrøm in the zone.
Today, he shares the video for the EP’s impeccable lead single, “Closing Shot,” directed by visual artist Oliver Clegg. As Clegg describes it, “I wanted to make something that could stand alone as a piece of work aside from the context of just listening to the music. So whilst the video strives to respect the cosmic nature of the music, there is also a more subtle twist at the end that suggests a wider commentary – something one would never get from just hearing the music without the visuals. It’s simultaneously serious and respectful with hopefully some splashes of humor!“
Lindstrøm will cap of 2016 with a show in Brooklyn at Good Room on Sat. December 3rd.
Watch Lindstrøm’s “Closing Shot” video:
Hans-Peter Lindstrøm, one of the main architects of the Norwegian space disco sound, returns following last year’s release of the “Home Tonight” single, remix of ABBA’s “Something’s Going On,” and his collaboration with Todd Rundgren and Emil Nikolaisen.
His new single, “Closing Shot,” is classic Lindstrøm — wonderful, propulsive disco vibes, and epic in scope. While being known for his collaborations with producers including Prins Thomas and Todd Terje, and his singular remixes, Lindstrøm is most appreciated for managing to keep dance floors across the globe moving with his long and dynamic compositions. “Closing Shot” carries on with that tradition.
It’s the first taste of a forthcoming EP, due out July 8th via Smalltown Supersound/Feedelity Recordings.
Lindstrøm Tour Dates:
Thu. July 28 – Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
Fri. July 29 – Brooklyn, NY @ 1260 Atlantic Avenue
Sat. July 30 – Miami, FL @ Bardot
Norwegian producer Lindstrøm remixed New York duo MS MR‘s “Painted.” As the duo says: “It’s always interesting to hear another musician’s interpretation of a track, especially when it succeeds in putting the song in a completely different sonic space like he achieved here… prepare to dance your heart out!”
For all the expansiveness found in his music, Norwegian disco producer Hans-Peter Lindstrøm continues to explore new territory in the studio, finding transfixing new ways to propel listeners through sonic space. Much like the bass lines and melodies he assembles, Lindstrøm’s creative mind is always twisting, turning and moving forward, whether the task at hand is remixing, collaborating or producing music for himself and others.
He has just unveiled the visualizer for his new single Home Tonight with Grace Hall. Directed by Petter Tangmyr, the colour-saturated clip sees the Skin Town singer and her wolf-masked accomplice pulling off a Thelma & Louise–esque heist during a surrealist drive through a sunset hued L.A. An offbeat and provocative narrative to the icy, disco-tinged beat, which has seen remixes from Fort Romeau, Obey City, Graff and HNNY.
This is the first of a series of singles Lindstrøm will be releasing in 2015 on his own Feedelity Recordings. Next on the horizon will be Runddans, a collaborative album with Todd Rundgren and Emil Nikolaisen, which translates into a body of work showing the listener what exactly happens when studio wizards indulge with other kindred spirits.
With a string of dates lined up across Europe as well as his aforementioned studio album due for release this year, it certainly looks like there is no sign of Hans-Peter Lindstrøm slowing down in 2015 and beyond.
25th April ’15 TNDMx at Sala Mexico City, MEXICO
30th April ’15 Showcase Paris, FRANCE
8th May ’15 Ramzzmatazz Barcelona, SPAIN
28th May ’15 The Block Tel Aviv, ISRAEL
28th -30th May ’15 Doma Arts Festival 2015 Sophia, BULGARIA
17th -20th June ’15 Over Oslo 2015 Oslo, NORWAY
9th – 13th July ’15 Electric Elephant 2015 Zadar, CROATIA
16th July ’15 Vinjerock 2015 Eidsbugarden, NORWAY
17TH July ’15 Slottsfjell 2015 Tønsberg, NORWAY
10th July ’15 The Nest London, UK