Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Señor Stereo + Gigamesh

Señor Stereo is the disco/house project of Joe Maz, Danny Daze and Gigamesh. They released an excellent EP called "Unintentional" last summer, that I would totally have written about if it wasn't for my two month summer break. Their cover of Lime's old italo classic "Babe We're Gonna Love Tonight" is concentrated 80s disco and was one of my favourite tracks of the summer (it wasn't included on the EP though).

Now they have released a remix version of "Unintentional" with remixes from Treasure Fingers, Nadastrom (recently played by Annie Mac on BBC1) and U-Tern. Also included is a remix by Gigamesh himself, which he's kind enough to give away for free. Look out for more Gigamesh stuff in the near future, as he's working on a bunch of remixes while finishing off his own EP.

Become a Facebook fans of Señor Stereo and Gigamesh, and pick up the full release over at Beatport.

Señor Stereo - Hot Damn! (Gigamesh Remix)

Señor Stereo - Babe We're Gonna Love Tonight feat. Lookbook


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