Souleance - Como Estan Bitches? / 7"

Souleance

Como Estan Bitches?

7" |
£5.49
date in:
9/4/2013

catalogue number:
EW96

genre: Funky Breaks
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Description of Souleance Como Estan Bitches?

Souleance are back! Following on from the success of their debut LP 'La Belle Vie' from earlier this year, the French duo have been busy in the studio producing La Beat Tape. 20 tracks deep, the release is aimed squarely at the DJs, with every beat guaranteed to shake the danceflloor. Souleance are producer Fulgeance (Musique Large / MPM) and DJ Soulist (What The Funk Paris?). Since releasing their debut EP (Le Monde) back in 2009, they have built a solid reputation for their idiosyncratic take on modern beats. With fans including Gilles Peterson, Danny Breaks and Mr Thing, their debut album was the culmination of 3 years of beat-making, touring, partying and drinking too much Pimms. Whilst other producers would rest on their laurels after releasing their debut, Souleance got straight back into the studio to produce La Beat Tape - their sole aim to create tracks that they would DJ with themselves. The result is 20 tracks of pure dancefloor fire. This 7" is our pick of the tracks that we think the DJs will love most. It takes in heavy Turkish breaks (Sauce Samorai), Hammond funk (L'insouleance), Just Blaze-style horn-heavy hip hop (Como Estan Bitches) and loose-limbed hip hop funk (BBQ & Pimms). This limited edition 7" containing features artwork by long-term collaborator Alice Dufay: it's sure to join their previous vinyl releases as a genuine collectors item.

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Artist:Souleance
Title:Le Plaisir / Chemise
Label:First Word Records
Souleance are back with their second single on First Word. After the massive success of their debut Le Monde EP, the French duo of DJ Soulist (What The Funk) and producer Fulgeance (Musique Large / Peter Digital Orchestra / One-Handed) have crafted one of the first must-have releases of 2010.

Kicking off with ear-catching horn stabs before dropping in to an insanely catchy synth-led groove, Le Plaisir is trademark Souleance tackle - guaranteed to have the floor rocking. Chemise continues in the vein of One Step (a favorite from the Le Monde EP), re-editing a classic tune and adding the classic Souleance touch. This tune takes a familiar eighties disco / boogie favorite, beefing up the drums and creating another instant slice of dancefloor dynamite.

Souleance will be back later this year with their debut album. With a growing legion of fans including Gilles Peterson (who picked their track Manana for his Brownswood Bubblers compilation) and Radio Nova (France) who have booked the duo to play at their prestigious Nuitz Zebrees event in December, 2010 is gonna be big for Souleance.