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White Water - Daylight (OUT NOW)

I'm a Cliché on May 29, 2013 15:34

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    Bot’Ox and their beloved friend from Australia, Sidwho, have talked about doing a track or two together for a long lime. But both were super busy, Bot’Ox working on their series of singles leading to their 2nd LP « Sans Dormir » (out late October 2013) and Sid into half a dozen projects (releasing a solo LP for DFA, touring with Empire of the Sun or with his own project The Swiss, etc.).

    Finally Sid sent Bot'Ox vocal parts, and Cosmo Vitelli and Julien Briffaz brought together the Bot’Ox crew (Juan « Dye » de Guillebon on bass and Jeremy Hickey on drums) to record a session « the old school way ». « Daylight » was meant to be recorded live, edited like an old extended disco track though trying to keep a modern touch on it.
    The original comes out with amazing remixes. Who else than Jacques Renault could provide a perfect rework of it? He’s the one you’d ask first to turn a classical disco track into a modern dancefloor burner.

    And we’ve been long time fans of Domenico Torti, who was part of the very first Cliché Breaks release many years ago. If you don’t know him Domenico Torti was a master in Reel to Reel editing, and did many additional production on some of the best material released by Dimitri From Paris (remember his Stetsasonic remix).
    It’s an unusual single compared to the recent I’m a Cliché releases, but if you follow and like the label, you might do it because it’s versatile and eclectic. We hope that « Daylight » will find you as well as the first rays of the summer.

    Released by: I'm a Cliché
    Release/catalogue number: cliche 50


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