I Love You (A Copycat & Martin Brodin remix) - (7:12) 108 BPM
I Love You (Pharao Black Magic remix) - (6:19) 122 BPM
I Love You (Peter Visti remix) - (7:45) 115 BPM
Review: Belgium's Eskimo have always been a reliable source for '80s-tinged electro-house, nu-disco and retro house. Here they present a newie by Danish producer Brynjolfur and, if synthy Europop's your bag, you'll love it. "I Love You" is all about the glacial synth washes, mid '80s electro-boogie bassline (think The Rah Band) and a general romantic disco air. Remix-wise we get more organic disco courtesy of A Copycat and Martin Brodin, a more brisk dancefloor version from Pharao Black Magic and some classic '80s pop vibes from Peter Visti.
Review: During the day, JBAG duo Jerry Bouthier and Andrea Gorgerino curate and produce soundtracks for high end fashion shows. By night, they create their own energetic, multicoloured take on nu-disco. "Mogadisco", their second single, rises and falls in all the right places, building the action around huge, chiming riffs, kaleidoscopic vocal samples and driving beats. The remix package offers some audible treats, too. Fare Solidi adds a rubbery electric bassline and some classic clavs, whilst retaining the big riffs and driving beats. Pharoa Black Magic go off on a fluid indie disco tip - very Kitsune - while ELIOT throws some near tropical synths into the mix on his joyous interpretation.
Review: Back after a two year absence, and with Gemini Club singer Tom Gavin in tow, Leeds' Edwin Van Cleef returns in fine form with "Never Be Alone At Night" - an electro-pop killer which fans of indie-disco a la Kitsune will die for. The slower, Italo-scented "Triton" isn't half bad either, nor is the slo-mo nu-disco of "I Feel You" which will be heaven sent for fans of Aeroplane/The Magician.