Posts Tagged ‘SACRE’

January 5, 2018

Last year, Mura Masa released one of the year’s best electronic albums, and a quintessential track off the release is no doubt Lovesick, which Parisian duo SACRE has re-vamped on a brilliant cover. They inundate the original electronic track with plenty of their sparkly glitz and funky flourishes on an absolutely stunning re-work. It’s a frisky yet sleek, opalescent and French house infused rendering that kind of feels like a seamless encounter with Mura Masa, SBTRKT, C2C, and Justice, all at once. Lest you forgot how good SACRE’s originals are, make sure to re-visit them on Soundcloud, here.

April 12, 2017

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April 11, 2017

Parisian duo SACRE came at us with aplomb earlier this year when they surfaced with lavish shimmering, funky flourishing debut, Gaia. They’ve now returned with the follow up to that tune, and The Call, is just as delectable of a glistening jam. The sparkly glam groover combines sleek strutting disco and lustrous pirouetting French electro. Sacre again draws on Daft Punk as an influence on the pair’s latest offering. The Call’s retro sprightly, cosmic bubbly vibrancy is also reminiscent of M83′s recent album Junk. It’s near impossible not to start shimmying all over the room to this luscious sonic soiree. 

January 26, 2017

Parisian duo SACRE make a scintillating entry with a lavish shimmering first single, Gaia, a disco inflected stunner that takes inspiration from Greek mythology. Jungle and Classixx like funky synth flourishes are met by glistening pop falsettos on this resplendent introduction to the French newcomers. The groovy luscious gem, though buoyant and airy, is also a dreamy floater. I’m left feeling like I’m orbiting the earth itself in bass warbling euphoria. Snag the single from iTunes.