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When the two masterminds behind the label WohLab, Greg Delon and Joris Delacroix, decide to remix a track close to their hearts, both on a personal and musical level, the result is to die for!
Story of a pleasant encounter and a predictable success!
Key figure in the electronic scene of the south of France, Greg Delon is now performing in the biggest French clubs and managing a label that is hyperactive, shameless and not afraid of exploring new grounds: Way of House, a kind of “way of life”. Doomsday, Greg Delon’s last track, revealed a previously never-seen disco pop side to the DJ and received a rousing welcome among his peers.
A few months ago, Joris Delacroix burst the door to the international electronic scene wide open. And it seems he is here to stay. The new media favourite, a master in the art of remixing, is headlining all the biggest festivals in Europe. The prodigal child of the south of France is now the new ambassador of electronic music “made in France”. In 2011, the two fellows fell in love with the music of Ornette, an amazing pop singer. They were far from imagining the ‘dance floor’ potential of her songs. With her melodies sometimes cheerful, sometimes full of melancholy, Ornette offers pop songs tinted with a certain sweet lunacy and that you cannot help but dance to.
The 2 DJs thus began their electronic experimentation on the track Last Night. From the Social Club’s basement to the Wanderlust’s patio, the trio met, exchanged and got really excited about the project. Their encounter can be likened to the values promoted by Joris and Greg’s label, a human adventure with an exhilarating soundtrack.
Last Night explores electronic grounds where the singer’s voice is perfected by the skill of the two DJs.
A disco pop hit with a touch of groovy WahWah, designed to keep you dancing till the small hours of the morning.
An added track, deep and soaring, acts as an areal ballad.
Two productions echoing, crossing, entangling each other as the perfect way to crown Ornette as the new Queen of the Dance Floor. This much energy and enthusiasm had to be channelled in the appropriate medium. This is why this track marks the very first vinyl release from the label WohLab.
The rest of their story is yet to come...
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