It’s that time of year again, when scary becomes sexy and the underworld brings the party to us. Yes, it’s Halloween and Mood Swing’s Adrea Ratti has 3 songs to get you in the party mood.
3 songs to… ham it up for halloween
One of the favourite dates for partygoers is coming up, with event invitations piling up on all social platforms and costume shops being pillaged and looted. Halloween always makes the best and worst in people bubble to the surface, as the efforts to get the perfect costume slowly spiral down into hysteria. This is especially true if you’re one of the few lucky people that are invited to Hallowood: Milan’s IT party by definition, this event gets the worldwide fashion top-dogs all trussed up and dancing in the same room once a year.
And what will we be dancing to on this hallow’s eve?
My first educated guess is for Le Crayon’s remix of “Memory”, the latest track produced by Peter (aka Yuksek) and The Magician, two favourites of the electro/nu-disco scene. This remix was featured in label Kitsuné’s latest compilation, which marks its 10-year anniversary.
Peter – Memory – Le Crayon Remix
Second spot goes to Tape Five and their “Geraldine’s Routine”. The group has been making swing and ’50s-inspired albums for the past five years, and their latest effort, “Swing Patrol”, is just as fun as their past works.
Tape Five – Geraldines Routine
Mumbai Science – Lotus – Alex Gopher Remix
Last but far from least we have Alex Gopher’s remix of “Lotus” by Mumbai science. The remix came out a few weeks ago in Mumbai Science’s latest EP, “Unite”. Alex Gopher gave the already dancefloor-friendly track a new pure electro twist making it a certain new favourite in the club scene.
Mumbai Science – Lotus
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