DISCODEINE

SYNCHRONIZE (FEAT JARVIS COCKER)

DFA

dfa2270

DISCODEINE

SYNCHRONIZE (FEAT JARVIS COCKER)

DFA

dfa2270

DFA2270
ARTIST
DISCODEINE
TITLE
SYNCHRONIZE (FEAT JARVIS COCKER)
LABEL
DFA
CAT NO.
dfa2270
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    2010/11/29
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
FEATURING
Discodeine Jam Factory

SALES NOTES

If ever there could be a dream team collective of folks involved in just one single, this would be it.

Together, Brit pop legend Jarvis Cocker has joined creative forces with two of the most exciting and innovative French producers -- Pentile and Pilooski, both collectively known as DISCODEINE -- and created the much buzzed about dance track of 2010.

DISCODEINE, the brainchild born from these two critically acclaimed producers, are one of the most anticipated musical duo's to grace our consciousness in recent years: Pilooski, an already well-known fixture amongst Parisian music scene, best for his "dirty edits" (a collaborative project between Pilooski and Dirty Sound System) series and his most recent involvement in producing The Aikiu's debut album (due early 2011) and Pentile, an equally respected musician/producer in his own right, and until now best known for his involvement with Octet and France Copeland.

Having discovered a mutual love for sci-fi movies, avant-garde electro and South Western French cuisine, the duo soon discovered they had an undeniable chemistry in the studio and quickly started churning out killer remixes for the likes of Metronomy, Whomadewho, Bot'ox, Photonz, Yelle. Earlier this year, the duo decided to write and record their debut album, consisting of only original material, written from scratch and including an honorable handful of yet-to-be-announced guest vocalists to be featured on some of the tracks coming next year.

Right off the bat, 'Synchronize' is the first single from their highly anticipated forthcoming full-length, due early next year. Watch out for the exclusive new video for 'Synchronize', starring Jarvis – soon to be unveiled next month.

Published: 20th November 2010