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- 7. Alluxe Future Forward Mixtape 2012 vol. 2 FREE DOWNLOAD 28.50 2304 plays
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"We’re hearing, immersing and haven fallen prey to the siren sound of this producer"
"The ultimate game-changer effortlessly built for the 6 AM warehouse space"
“Alluxe made this remix sound so different from the original: that's what I always look for. I like to be surprised and she definitely brought originality and novelty to the song.”
—Anthony Gonzalez, M83
"The Alluxe take is the most interesting, simply because it’s the most subtle, building tension from fractured vocal loops and dizzying 808 beats."
"Alluxe’s remix of “Lay Your Cards Out” takes on Channy Leaneagh’s original vocals, whom is also apart of GAYNGS, and speeds up the pace for a more danceable tune. What Alluxe especially does best is build on Leaneagh’s vocals and flushes ‘em out just right for one sedating drop (done far better than the original)."
—Silence No Good
Electronic music producer and DJ Alluxe is bringing the heat with her EP, Nomad, out on August 27. Having been commissioned this year by M83, Polica and Mr. Hudson for remixes, this EP will be the debut of her signature sound—hip hop meets bass music—banging, futuristc, growling electronic beats. The dramatic builds and gritty razor sharp percussion give the EP a dense big-room cinematic feel, a nod to her classical training. Speaking of which, her violin playing can be heard on Watch the Throne, on Hit-Boy's mixtape, on Dancing With the Stars—the list goes on.
After spending the last several years touring the world as Kanye West's music programmer, (she has also worked on shows for Jay Z, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Herbie Hancock, Cat Power, Bon Iver, Drake, Silversun Pickups, Garbage and Childish Gambino) Alluxe is ready to take the music scene by storm, not only in sound but in vision. Her huge sound and fashion-forward look is complimented by her alluring stage presence complete with custom LED controllers, vocals and violin. She never fails to surprise blended as she mixes original compositions, improvised beats, and violin loops seamlessly with samples from such diverse artists as RL Grime and Machinedrum to Juicy J and Araabmuzik.
Accompanying the EP is an epic sci-fi inspired music video that is as complex and dichotomous as her music. Shot on location in Prague with collaborators who have a long history in the game working with artists like Kanye and Skrillex, the video is pure Alluxe—raw, polished, unexpected and futuristic.
Symphonic compositions for a genre bending post-apocolyptic world.
"Alluxe made this remix sound so different from the original: that's what I always look for. I like to be surprised and she definitely brought originality and novelty to the song.” — M83’s Anthony Gonzales on Alluxe’s remix of “Steve McQueen.”