Thursday, November 12, 2009

Ooh La La Its Le Le


Not much is known about LeLe. Emerging from the dark recesses of the dance floor, they release dance floor nuggets that are not only classic in their approach but in their sound. Coming off something like a 80's sort of freestyle group mashed together with Daft Punk and a bit of pure techno LeLe will appeal to anyone with feet.

As if to make a point, their latest single, Disco Monster is a corker of a tune. It's a vocal electronic battle weapon that takes a dark evil voice, loops it through some Christopher Just and then drops in some Italo for good measure. Brilliant stuff that's funky, dark, and really rather good.

Garnering support from DJ Mehdi, Busy P, Breakbot, Brodinski, Jo ost van Bellen, Erol Alkan, Tom Trago and many more they've just released a whole host of remixes. Housed in a Parra sleeve, the record has mixes from Azari, Marco Solo, Seymour Bits, and Alectro.

Download: Disco Monster
Download: Disco Monster (Seymour Bits' Subsonic Monster Remix)

1 comment:

Paul said...

Its actually a dutch pop group, they had a small hit in the netherlands called skinny jeans. The bandmember Pepijn Lanen is actually part of the dutch rap formation De jeug van tegenwoordig. If you wanna know or want translations of their songs just mail me.