Posts Tagged ‘Kulkid’

December 13, 2016

It’s a French affair as Parisian production geniuses Androma and Kulkid partner up for the very first time to deliver make our bodies move. Make My Body Move makes me wonder why we don’t have requisite morning dance parties every Tuesday. Frisky piano chords join a deep bounce for a classic soulful house affair. Make My Body Move is sweet infectious elixir to my ears. It’ll easily lift your spirits and invigorate you, too. Make My Body Move is out now on Homerun House. Grab your copy of the track from major services, here.

August 31, 2016

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August 30, 2016

Heads up, kids, one of our favorite French electronic producers, Kulkid, has some new sounds for us via a brand new project he’s formed with one of his best friend and fellow Parisian, P.R.T. And music brought upon us by Pharms is immensely different from the dance tracks we’ve come to expect of Kulkid. Debut single Future Past puts Pharms’ influences on riveting display. Kulkid explains that folk, rock, 80s, and electronic music all play a part. Future Past is the first window into the duo’s debut EP, and it’s a gritty rolling, bluesy funking alt electronic jam thoroughly sooty and dashing fly. 

June 2, 2016

As if producer Y2K and LA based hip hop artist lil aaron’s collaborative track DAMN isn’t already an envelope pushing, ground breaking future hip hop achievement in itself, we now get the added pleasure of enjoying a new re-imagination of the track by France’s Kulkid and Arizona’s Honest. The two production acts join forces to create a new impeccable “vision” of DAMN so infectious it’s more than ready to be a summer dance anthem. The atmospheric deep house remix trumpets and chops, jabs and bounces in a ZHU meets Maya Jane Cole like manner. Grab Honest and Kulkid’s official remix of DAMN for free, here.

December 8, 2015

When I happened to catch French producer Kulkid announcing his brand new Lana Del Rey remix on my socials, I knew there was no way I was going to be able to pass this up. Not only is it a Kulkid remix of Lana, but it’s a remix of High By The Beach, one of the most infectious songs off of her brilliant album Honeymoon, an epic collection of songs I brought along with me when I visited the French Riviera this past fall (which was pure perfection, by the way). Kulkid takes High By The Beach and gives it a slick infusion of uptempo dance energy, a disco and future tinged deep house edit that retains the original’s bewitching sultriness but transfers it into a more tropical setting. Download the track for free, here, and read Kulkid’s message about this song below:

Hey. It’s been a while since I’ve released new music, as I’ve been mainly focused on my EP and other original works. But the recent events in Paris have me thinking a lot about our role as music producers & performers. As creators, we have freedom of speech and artistic expression, and therefore, it’s our duty to use it and spread melodies & positive vibes to the world, so we can show them that we’ll always be there, shoulder to shoulder, dancing the night away. Creating more music is our way to fight back and say NO, we won’t back down. This is why I decided to go ahead and release free new music to celebrate our freedom. Here’s my take on a tune I love deeply, Lana del Rey’s “High By The Beach”. Keep on dancing guys. K.

April 1, 2015

I caught this one on my feed late last night before Iit showed up in my inbox today, and I was immediately incredibly excited to check it out. Mysterious new duo Porsches, from Australia, has been rather silent outside of their stunning debut HORSES, a dreamy, ethereal electronic pop song. I’m much enamored with that tune and PORSCHES sound, so when I saw that French producer Kulkid had remixed the track, I was much intrigued. Surprisingly, Kulkid goes chill and future trappy on his remix, a completely new direction for him, and I’m not one to complain, since I love that sort of sound. Haunting and atmospheric, Kulkid’s remix of PORSCHES’ Horses is undoubtedly my cup of tea.

March 16, 2015

The pal who sent this to me the other day said he figured I’d dig this one, and he couldn’t be more on the money. French producer Kulkid, who never seems to fail at dropping hot tracks, teamed up with Cory Enemy on The Light, a magnificent blend of future, garage, deep, and melodic house. The Light is a song that will please fans of all kinds of electronic genres, from the casual electronic soul and pop fan, to the hardcore EDM heads, thanks to its amalgamation of slick, mellifuous vocals and thrilling beats sit somewhere between The Magician and Tchami. Unsurprisingly, the two producers have been receiving growing support from The Magician, as well as the likes of Destructo and Gigamesh.

December 18, 2014

French producer Kulkid dropped a new original today, named Let’s Love Baby, and it’s quite the ear pleasing delight. He samples Marvin Gaye’s 1973 classic Let’s Get It On, but this is Marvin Gaye in a way we’ve never heard him before, trust me. Kulkid calls what he did here “Kul House”, a blissed out tropical house flavored extravaganza. It’s cool and refreshing, sexy and balmy. 

August 28, 2014

Talented French producer Kulkid’s latest is a captivating house remix of folksy blues artist Fink’s All Cried Out. The new rendition is a more upbeat, mesmerizing version that gives the tender, gentle tune some very deep beats and hypnotizing vibrancy. Kulkid said he made this for fun and is giving it out for free. Ah, those silly producers… they just play around and make terrific music. 

July 21, 2014

French producer Kulkid took Coolio classic Gangsta’s Paradise and creates a remix that’s completely fresh and original out of it. It’s an exhilarating future house spin with some utterly satisfying progressive chords as well as a touch of delicious, soulful disco.