Festival saviours The Presets have a remix package for their charging track 'No Fun'. Out in Australia today / 4 August UK / 5 August US, the EP features diverse reworks from Australian house star Lancelot, Montreal Mau5trap signing Eekkoo, Belfast techno maestro Phil Kieran, new UK outfit Wax Wings and the much loved RÜFÜS. Grab a free download of Lancelot's joust below.
Rising Australian dance faves RÜFÜS have the first crack at remixing The Presets' techno decadence 'No Fun'. Taking the intensity a few notches down, the group recreate a profound club moment with beautiful colour washes.
The 'No Fun' remix package drops 1 August (AUS) / 4 August (UK) / 5 August (US) and will also feature reinterpretations from Australian house star Lancelot, Montreal Mau5trap signing Eekkoo, Belfast techno maestro Phil Kieran and new UK outfit Wax Wings.
Look behind the development and inspiration of The Presets and Googeplay's inventive 'No Fun' Cube.
If you're yet to play with it, the Cube displays six full-length music videos across the hexahedron surfaces, each with individual narratives, allowing you to twist, turn and manipulate your own unique audiovisual interpretation of 'No Fun' in real time. The video was directed by Barnaby Roper (Banks, David Bowie, Kanye West) and can be viewed here.
'No Fun' is now available on iTunes worldwide.
The Presets return with 'No Fun', a new single of pulsating, itchy dance, which comes with an incredible video - the world's first 6-sided, interactive music video, called the 'Cube'.
An experiment in storytelling from Google Play, the 'Cube' allows six full-length music videos, each with their own distinct narrative, to run on six sides of the 'Cube', allowing you to twist, turn and manipulate your own unique audiovisual experience of 'No Fun' in real time. The video was directed by Barnaby Roper (Banks, David Bowie, Kanye West) and can be viewed and embedded via the below link.
The Presets 'Goodbye Future' is realised by Australian filmmaker Prad Senanayake, who recreates the chaotic history of mankind on the dancefloor. Lots of mixed colours, moody shadows, slow motion and strobe lights allows the viewer to taste short moments of chaos, across an intense and confronting trip. Prad shares: "There has been a lot of dark things happening in Australia and around the world recently, which became the inspiration behind (this)".
The Presets latest belter 'Goodbye Future' gets the royal remix treatment on March 7. Seven ambitious reworkings of the track bundled together with the original, highlighting the banging single's versatility. Bursting at the seams, the package will be available to purchase via all good online outlets.
Next cab off the ranks is homegrown heroes The Aston Shuffle, who pull it apart and elevate the strings and piano keys even higher. Fever peaks and one hell of an emotional breakdown.
Club Mod stars wordlife hover the wand over The Presets' latest single 'Goodbye Future'. Premiering on Dancing Astronaut over the weekend, the EDM bible observed that their efforts "transform the progressive sensibilities of the original into a bouncy and stutter-filled indie dance gem. A gripping deep bass line and a tasteful approach to the entire process, the remix honors the original's melancholic energy with a guttural synthetic undercoat designed with dirty dancefloors in mind."
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The remix is part of an upcoming package set for release next month, also including reworkings by The Aston Shuffle, Ilan Bluestone and an extended club edit by The Presets themselves. wordlife join Beni as support for their Groovin' the Moo sideshows. Tour details below.
The Presets return with their new single 'Goodbye Future'. Written and produced by The Presets, the track is direct, electric and euphoric; a lighting bolt to the system. It's the first of a series of singles for The Presets across the coming year.
To coincide with the release (available NOW via I-Tunes) the duo will headline Groovin' The Moo, hitting six regional sites around Australia in April. They've also announced their special collaboration with the Australian Chamber Orchestra for Timeline, a kaleidoscopic surge through forty-two thousand years of music. Full details below.
Tame scooped 7 noms (lucky number) including Best Album, Best Group, Best Rock Album and the publicly voted Best Australian Live Act, as well as all three Artisan Awards for Best Cover Art (Kevin Parker & Leif Podhajsky), Engineer of the Year (Kevin Parker) and Producer of the Year (Kevin Parker). You can do your bit by campaigning for their mind-melting live experience. Cast your vote here.
The Presets' fist pumping 3rd record Pacifica is up for Best Dance Album.
The Presets' album Pacifica gets a deluxe reissue in the UK and Germany this week. Now a 2CD set backed with nine remixes from the likes of Senor Coconut, Alex Metric and more, or a deluxe digital with an additional eleven tracks, it's easy to see why Q Magazine called it 'undeniably powerful'.
Check out five of the deluxe edition tracks mixed by the band themselves over at Clash Magazine.