Tegan and Sara‘s latest album Heartthrob is out today here in the U.S. This one may just be our favorite release from the Canadian duo yet! Crafty hooks, slick synth laden production – what more could we ask for?
The girls have slowly been releasing tracks from the set over the past few weeks and not a single one disappoints. Listen to The Knocks remix of lead single ‘Closer’ below.
Fred Falke + The Knocks, two of our favorites here on Hard Candy team up for Geronimo a new single to be released via Kitsune on July 23rd. Listen to a short tease of the original track below, which you can already here is the perfect fusion of both their sounds. The forthcoming EP also features remixes by Louis La Roche, Aylen and Lenno.
We’re absolutely in love with The Knocks remix of Santigold’s The Keepers, which they are offering up as a free download. They’ve infused it with some hard-hitting electro beats and seductive synths which totally hits the spot. Pretty much everything these guys touch turns to gold, so do yourself and favor and grab this.
Earlier this morning The Knocks promised us a new track and this afternoon they delivered on that promise with this ‘sing it loud’ anthem Learn To Fly. It’s a bit of a mish mash of styles with pop, funk and disco all being found here, and as usual it’s an absolute delight. I swear these Brooklyn lads never put a foot wrong.
A few days ago we brought you the Laidback Lukemix of the infectious new Dragonette single Let It Go, today we’re excited to share The Knocks remix of the track!
When two of our favorites team up on a track we would expect nothing less than magic, and that’s what we’ve got here! It’s an energetic mix packed with hard-hitting beats and sparkling synths galore. These lads seriously never mix miss the mark!
Are you loving the new Dragonette single and the remixes? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Brooklyn-based lads The Knocks continue to impress us with everything they release, their latest effort is Rest Of Your Life (R.O.Y.L), and they’ve just released a fantastic video featuring a mash-up of clips submitted by their fans!
I love the video, and I’m a big fan of the Moroder esque sound they employed on the track, mixed with the big vocal on the verse it gives it a real throwback feel.