New release: Rone – Mirapolis Remixes
Rone announces a new EP including 3 remixes of the flamboyant and off-kilter title track from his latest album.
“Mirapolis” is one of the last solo tracks that the producer composed in the spring of 2017, while thinking about the live performance: “I wanted to record a festive track, which completely stands by its “funfair” vibe.
With this new four-track EP including 3 remixes, combined with a new video by Aurélie Castex, Rone extends the carnival of electronic cultures of his latest musical citadel to the dancefloor – and our screens.
- Out on Oct. 5th -
A1 – Mirapolis (Johannes Brecht Remix)
A1 – Mirapolis (Matias Aguayo Proto Bounce Remix)
B1 – Mirapolis (Laurent Garnier Remix)
B2 – Mirapolis (Video Edit)
Pre-Order the 12″ Mirapolis Remixes EP here
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Listen to Johannes Brecht’s “Mirapolis” remix here
Johannes Brecht, shadow craftsman of the Hamburg label Diynamic’s studios, offers a refined reading throbbing with cerebral pulsations.
The EP also includes two remixes by German-based figurehead of the South American scene, Comeme label boss, Matias Aguayo; and by French techno scene boss Laurent Garnier, whose rework has already delighted many clubs and festivals in the last few months.
Coming soon: “Mirapolis” official video directed by French illustrator (and Rone’s sister) Aurélie Castex
In infinite space, a tiny woman pilots a paper plane. On the Mirapolis planet, among a crowd of burlesque characters, a man swallows it by accident. He finds himself instantly tiny on his turn. Then begins for him a crazy race
Rone is a #MusicActivist
“Wave” feat. Noga Erez (Video edit) is on InFiné new free compilation “Music Activists #1″ available on Bandcamp, made of our latest releases and inclusive tracks.
Music Activists – Free download on Bandcamp here
“Wave” raises questions about our digital world and its boundaries. Based on the track lyrics and directed by Greg Barth, the music video explores the strange and surreal world of online sex, ephemeral relationships and modern loneliness. In the current of the famous Black Mirror TV show, this dystopian, both funny and weird, clip is based on the story of a mature woman who uses a Tinder application, allowing her to engage in “virtual sex” practices with other users.