Type to search

News

Exclusive Premiere: Kraak & Smaak – Love Inflation feat. Janne Schra ( 813 Remix )

Share

kraaksmaak-1.jpg

As you may have guessed by our extensive coverage, we’re quite big fans of Dutch outfit Kraak & Smaak here at DT and so it is with great delight that we can share an exclusive premiere of up and coming Russian beatsmith Alexander Goryachev aka 813 remix of  their new single ‘Love Inflation’.

With the album dominating the DT office playlist since release we’re pleased to see the group head back to the single format with the ‘Love Inflation’ as the the boys have their sights set on the national charts in their home country and around the world as they team up with the incredible dutch songstress Janne Schra for a slice of beautiful melodic electronica.

Janne’s vocal provides a haunting moment on the album and the new single comes complete with reworks by Cassian, who delivers a driving disco house mix, NSFW who  opts for a slightly more laidback disco version,  Boys Noize Records signings Baskerville step away from their usual electro roots to deliver a stripped back electronic acid version before 813 steps up to give his own original take on proceedings.

A Moscow based firefighter by day and a producer by night, 813 is hard to categorize as anything other than cool. Having been a player in the Russian beat scene for a few years now and has gained international respect and support, whilst appearing on labels such as Fool’s Gold, Donkey Pitch and Error Broadcast to name a few. He‘s also in demand as remixer with a plethora of labels such as Diplo’s Mad Decent sourcing his skills. Specialist radio has also keen to explore his musical palette, with the likes of Rinse FM and BBC Radio1’s Diplo & Friends all lining up for guest mixes so with a big 2014 ahead of him check out his remix exclusively here below!

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

  • 1

Leave a Comment