Posts Tagged ‘Mansions On The Moon’

February 18, 2016
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Have I been sharing a remix every few days of Fred Falke’s It’s A Memory, which features Elohim and Mansions On The Moon? I just can’t help it, the original is a brilliant track and the remixes that I’ve encountered are all clever and innovative approaches that take us in very diverse directions. Plus, truth be told, I’m much in love with Elohim’s vocals on the track. That voice takes on an even more amplified level of spellbinding enchantment on a wondrous remix offered up by Southern California duo Oliver. The producers give us a very disparate It’s A Memory, taking it into bright and shiny electro pop / nu-disco territory. While prior remixes have been much pensive and rather brooding, Oliver’s It’s A Memory is optimistic and hopeful. These are good memories, happy memories, memories that make the future seem so promising and new. Fred Falke’s It’s A Memory remixes EP will be out February 26th, pre-order now on iTunes

February 13, 2016
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Fred Falke’s indie star studded dance opus It’s A Memory, featuring Elohim and Mansions On The Moon, is receiving some phenomenal remix treatments these days. Last week, we heard a wispy yet grand edit by AMTRAC. This week, we get to lose ourselves in a gorgeously dreamy remix by Brooklyn’s Chrome Sparks. He takes us on a reflective journey with the masterpiece, sending us through mirror lined hallways whose polished glass infinitely echo what once were evanescent memories in prismatic brilliance. The remix will be a part of Fred Falke’s It’s A Memory remix EP, to be released February 26th. Pre-order at various outlets, here.

February 6, 2016
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It’s nearly a year since the last SXSW, and I’m still sitting here feeling rather sheepish that I shook the great hand of venerated French producer Fred Falke in Austin and walked away before realizing who it was. Let’s pretend none of that happened by losing ourselves to a brilliant remix of Fred Falke’s It’s A Memory by Louisville based genius, AMTRAC. The talent studded tune, which features rising electropop virtuoso Elohim and Los Angeles’ Mansions on the Moon, gets a contemplative yet fluttering light makeover. Wispy but deep, panoramic yet intimate, AMTRAC’s It’s A Memory certainly takes us on a gliding, airy walk, or rather, a skipping dance through the grand passages and deep canyons of our recollective minds. Purchase AMTRAC”s remix of It’s A Memory from various outlets, here.

June 19, 2015

It’s been awhile since I’ve listened to Los Angeles’ Mansions On The Moon, despite how much I loved the band’s music last year. Pittsburgh based producer Tenova teams up with Los Angeles’ Eric Sharp to bring me back to Mansions On The Moon’s nu-disco hued, luxuriant song The Truth. They do so by serving up an indie dance remix that’s thoroughly hypnotizing, enveloping with passionate, flushed heat and breezy, feathery atmosphere. One part synthpop and one part deep house, the duo also manage to slide in some chillwave essence and futuristic tendencies. 

October 10, 2014
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I’m really looking forward to Mansions On The Moon’s self titled debut album, out soon on October 22. Everything the Los Angeles band has revealed off the album so far has been terrific. All the tunes have been wonderfully dancey and intoxicating, but they’ve been quite versatile with the tunes, some of them more funky, some of them more electrifying. The latest taste they have for us is the nu-disco flavored The Truth, a lush and luxuriant track that glistens warmly, bouncing along airily and weightlessly with much splendor. As the late heat wave in San Francisco slowly resides, Mansions On The Moon manages to keep things balmy and summery for us for that much longer.

October 10, 2014
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I’m really looking forward to Mansions On The Moon’s self titled debut album, out soon on October 22. Everything the Los Angeles band has revealed off the album so far has been terrific. All the tunes have been wonderfully dancey and intoxicating, but they’ve been quite versatile with the tunes, some of them more funky, some of them more electrifying. The latest taste they have for us is the nu-disco flavored The Truth, a lush and luxuriant track that glistens warmly, bouncing along airily and weightlessly with much splendor. As the late heat wave in San Francisco slowly resides, Mansions On The Moon manages to keep things balmy and summery for us for that much longer.

September 25, 2014
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Los Angeles’ Mansions On The Moon has given us a bevy of fantastic tracks lately, showcasing a versatility with the tunes, ranging from disco imbued dance pop to cosmic tunes like Somewhere Else Tonight, a sunkissed, incandescent synthpop number. I fell in love with it the very first time I heard it, and their brand new videofor the track, which stars Harvey Guillen and Lindsey Haun, warrants a re-share. Mansions on the Moon’s self titled debut album drops October 22. Hopefully, they’ll tour to San Francisco at some point after that.

September 25, 2014
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Los Angeles’ Mansions On The Moon has given us a bevy of fantastic tracks lately, showcasing a versatility with the tunes, ranging from disco imbued dance pop to cosmic tunes like Somewhere Else Tonight, a sunkissed, incandescent synthpop number. I fell in love with it the very first time I heard it, and their brand new videofor the track, which stars Harvey Guillen and Lindsey Haun, warrants a re-share. Mansions on the Moon’s self titled debut album drops October 22. Hopefully, they’ll tour to San Francisco at some point after that.

September 5, 2014
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Yet again, Mansions On The Moon have dropped a fantastic tune. This time, it’s a dreamy charmer named Where You Are that waxes bittersweet and oozes with pining romanticism. It’s the perfect end of summer song with its languid warmth and saccharine lusciousness. I can’t help but picture a quixotic, colorful sunset while listening to the song. It could be that the song’s cover art contributed to that mental picture of mine. I’d like to think Mansions On The Moon happened to pick the perfect image for the cover. The Los Angeles band once again demonstrates their immense versatility with Where You Are, having given us the vibrant synthpop flavored Somewhere Else Tonight, as well as disco dance flavored Don’t Tell in the recent past. Revisit those two below, too. Mansions On The Moon will release their debut album on October 22.

September 5, 2014
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Yet again, Mansions On The Moon have dropped a fantastic tune. This time, it’s a dreamy charmer named Where You Are that waxes bittersweet and oozes with pining romanticism. It’s the perfect end of summer song with its languid warmth and saccharine lusciousness. I can’t help but picture a quixotic, colorful sunset while listening to the song. It could be that the song’s cover art contributed to that mental picture of mine. I’d like to think Mansions On The Moon happened to pick the perfect image for the cover. The Los Angeles band once again demonstrates their immense versatility with Where You Are, having given us the vibrant synthpop flavored Somewhere Else Tonight, as well as disco dance flavored Don’t Tell in the recent past. Revisit those two below, too. Mansions On The Moon will release their debut album on October 22.