A few days ago, we brought you the Roisin Murphy ‘Look Around You‘ mini mix, and now we’ve got some exciting news on forthcoming collaborations which comes from an interview Roisin recently did with Swedish magazine Zero.
The most devoted among you may remember a little Roisin track called ‘Leviathan (Do It Yourself),’ which was apparently produced in 2009 with Kid Gloves and premiered in one of her DJ sets in Rome back in 2010. Well it turns out that it’s finally ready for release as a collaboration with Freeform Five aka DJ Anu Pillai.
We’ve also got the Italian EP with Luca C and Brigante to look forward to. On it Roisin will interpret classic songs by divas like Mina and Patty Prao.
“Though we will mix in electronics as well, so it will be completely different versions.Both of the two women fascinate me. They were so ahead of their time, in different ways. An artist at the same time is known as a blonde bombshell, but still have full creative control and dare to take risks with the music, and also with such a strong emotional charge, provides a heady feeling”
If that’s not enough for you, she will also be featured on a song on the DJ collective Hot Natured‘s upcoming album. This track has an Ace of Base feel and was played in Ibiza last year. Lastly, there is also more material planned with Solomun but she did not reveal any additional details.
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A few days ago, Boris Dlugosch shared this minimix of some of the remixes of his Roisin Murphy collaboration ‘Look Around You.’ It includes short snippets of the Chopstick,Johnjon, Raik and Maxxi Soundsystem mixes.They sound pretty promising, and we can’t wait to hear them in full!
A couple of weeks ago we brought you the full version of Boris Dlugosch and Roisin Murphy‘s latest collaboration ‘Look Around You,’ now we have unearthed a sexy remix of the track which surfaced in Boris’ Sputnik club set on March 16th. The moment we have more details on it we’ll be sure to update this post!
I’ve been obsessed with the 50 second clip of the new Boris Dlugosch feat. Róisín Murphy song since we shared it with you it a few months ago, and my excitement has now reached a fever pitch upon discovering the full version of the song which appears to be called ’Look Around You.’ It’s a blissful house track with super seductive vocals, and it has certainly perked up my lazy Sunday!
‘Look Around You‘ serves as a great follow-up to their last collaboration ‘Never Enough‘ which was released 12 years ago. This track will be featured on Boris’ upcoming record. We’re hoping that Ms. Murphy is preparing to release an album of her own in the not too distant future! We can’t believe its been six years since the still flawless ‘Overpowered‘
It’s felt like ages since we’ve had something new to share from the lovely Roisin Murphy, a staple artist here on Hard Candy. Her latest effort comes in the form of the official video for the 7-minute sultry affair ‘Simulation’ just uploaded by label Permanent Vacation. Watch below!
Up and coming DJ duo Blond:Ish(Vivie-Ann and Anastacia) have remixed Roisin Murphy + Luca C & Brigante‘s ‘Flash of Light.’ The London based, Montreal hatched bombshells take ‘Flash Of Light’ into dark and dirty terrority. Listen to a clip below.
‘Flash of Light‘ is out in October on Southern Fried Records.
It’s here! The album version of Flash of Light, a collaboration between Irish goddess Roisin Murphy and Italian duo Luca C & Brigante. Flash of Light made is premiere via Maxii Soundsystem, on his latest Beats in Space radio show. Roisin’s soars through the 6 minute affair, set a top a hypnotic tropical/nu disco beat. She recently took to her Facebook page to talk a little about the track, which she reflects as encapsulating the ‘last night on earth’ and ‘a forewarning of the end of an era, and a last chance to love.’ That’s right, now go out and find love – just in case the world ends at the end of 2012. Hidden deep within Flash Of Light is a melancholic and regretful tone, the ‘end of an era.’
When a friend of mine introduced me to the music of Luca C & Brigante I was stuck with an apocaliptic feeling, as if I were listening to the sound of a party at the end of the world. And with such strong imagery coming to mind I was only too happy to write with them when they asked. Flash of Light is about that last night on earth, a forewarning of the end of an era and a last chance to Love.
If we’ve got you stuck on Ro, check out the Solomun remix of Flash of Light and a clip of Non Credere, another track with Luca C & Brigante sung entirely in Italian. I’ll speak for everyone in saying this: it’s time for a new album, Ro!