Salt Ashes “Somebody” (Satin Jackets Remix) has been featured on DancingAstronaut.com! Here’s what they had to say:
“German duo Tim Bernhardt and Den Ishu join the Dancing Astronaut airwaves as Satin Jackets, the indie dance stand outs responsible for a wide array of original hits and sterling remix outputs since their inception. On their contribution to The Radar, the pair piece together 12 tracks of early morning music, kicking things off on a mellow note with Bogdan Irkuk remix of “Lullaby for Robert” by Al Usher before unveiling a remix of the silky smooth “Never Without You,” from the hands of Domestic Technology. Things pick up a bit as the mix moves through an interesting array of cuts courtesy of Darius, Heion, Les Loups, Oxford and more, including the Jackets own remix of Salt Ashes “Somebody.” Combining tasty French touch, filter cut white noise, and sugar-coated synthwork, the duo delivers effortlessly in the lower BPM range, leaving behind a lush and relaxing hour of disco and indie dance offerings — fused with a touch of tropical sunrises.”
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Our friends at Dancing Astronaut featured and reviewed Satin Jackets’ nu-disco remix of Salt Ashes’ debut single “Somebody.” Read what they had to say below:
The brainchild of German production talent Tim Bernhardt and his friend Den Ishu, Satin Jackets have established themselves as tentpoles in the indie dance discussion. Furthering their influence in the lower BPM range, their latest groove-driven output comes in remix form, this time reworking Salt Ashes “Somebody.” The debut single from 22-year old Veiga Sanchez, “Somebody” is defined by the Brit songbird’s evocative wails, vocals that are effortlessly juxtaposed by The Jackets lush padwork and tinsel-coated piano rolls. A summer sunset in sonic form, Satin Jackets once again deliver on their now patented indietronic tendencies.
Stream the remix below, and purchase it today on iTunes!
Radikal’s newest single “Power Trip” from the Brazilian electronic producer, Darth And Vader is already seeing some buzz on the internet. Take Dancing Astronaut, who posted up a review of the track not long ago. Dancing Astronaut says that “Power Trip” “reigns as a strong indicator to pastures greener for electro house’s latest hard-hitting contender.” The music blog as commented on featured vocalist, Laura Brehm remarking that she “sits inoffensively into the equation, leaving the duo to successfully execute a universally tuned concoction of high-end electro house wizardry.” Have a listen for yourself below and read the full article from Dancing Astronaut here. “Power Trip” will be available on July 16th.
Dancing Astronaut is a blog that highlights the latest and greatest tracks in House, Electro House, Progressive, and Dubstep. The Blog posted the video Insane (In Da Brain) Featuring DJs From Mars to familiarize US Audiences with the bootleg masters. Their video for Insane (In Da Brain) is a hilarious tribute to the biggest names in pop and dance and the track has over 9 remixes from Gabry Ponte, Muttonheads, Bernasconi & Farenthide and More.