Local Suicide – We Can Go Everywhere EP

Artist: Local Suicide
Title: We Can Go Everywhere EP
Digtial Release Date: June 24, 2014
Physical Release Date: August 4, 2014
Label: Bordello A Parigi
Distribution: Clone
Format: 12” / Digital
Cat No: BAP032

Digital Buy Links:
iTunesAmazon, Boomkat, Juno, K Records, Beatport, 7Digital, Google Play, Bleep, Traxsource, DJTunes, eMusic, WhatPeoplePlay

12″ Buy /Pre-Order Links:
BandcampClone, Decks, Juno, Redeye, K-Records, Deejay.de, HHV, Oye Records

Streaming Links:
Spotify, DeezerWIMP

A1. We Can Go Everywhere (Original Version)
A2. We Can Go Everywhere (In Flagranti Remix)
B1. We Can Go Everywhere (Iñigo Vontier Remix)
B2. We Can Go Everywhere (Richard Rossa Remix)

Artwork & Photos:
Download the Cover Artwork HERE (Photo: Dina Pascal / Artwork by Otto Kraanen)
Download new Press Photos HERE (Credit: Tim Dobrovolny)

Bio (written by Matt Oliver, Clash/Factmag):
Local Suicide are a Berlin love story. Meeting over a common passion for dance floors, DJing and production, Brax Moody and Vamparela have been bringing their Greco-German soundclash attitude to clubs worldwide since 2007 and their debut EP We Can Go Everywhere officially rubberstamps their partnership.

The duo have been dominating Berlin’s top clubbing spots and have filled their passports from New York to Tunisia, Tel Aviv, Istanbul and Barcelona while simultaneously organizing parties, running a respected music blog (http://www.localsuicide.com/) and getting noticed whenever they get their hands on a set of decks. Safe to say that Local Suicide are not usually found without their hands to the pump.

EP info (written by Matt Oliver, Clash/Factmag):
Chanting into a Balearic underworld, We Can Go Everywhere melds synth-pop, disco-house and indie dance brought back from the future. Just when you think the track is about to bust out a set of 80s shoulder pads, with the synth injections screaming out from a bygone era of bigger equals better (the same can also be said about the drop-down bass), the pair roll out the beats with a caution, turning the vibe into something best served come witching hour. Sprinkling the glitz and glamour with grit and candor and a touch of Gallic groove sensibility, the track paves the way for three remixes by Inflagranti, Iñigo Vontier and Richard Rossa.

The future-retro scale is further determined when you have the expertise of In Flagranti (Kitsuné, Phantasy, GOMMA, La Belle, Domino) to truly quantize the boogie, looping the chorus just behind a mix of digital distress signals and road trip guitars until it becomes something close to an incantation of Bananarama. Alex Gloor and Sasha Crnobrnja complete two halves of basement seriousness and a hop down a yellow brick road, giving off sharp catwalk glances before breaking out the worm in the name of Factory funk.

Iñigo Vontier (NANG, Pizzico, Turbo, No Static)trains tracky, fractal-examining synths for a deep tech-disco hustle. Powered by low-slung electro-house blips that cram and gang up on the dance floor, the Mexican producer simultaneously makes the original song sound intensely alone and on the run, the vocal not daring to speak its name until it rushes from the ground on the breakdown with a sense of release. The flashes of those kitsch-tipped synths again keep reminding you of the package’s Euro destination.

Tom Tom Disco’s Richard Rossa (GOMMA, Discotexas, Young Society) is the last one to bring sounds back and forward, putting spit and shine on mainframe sequences so the mirror ball can spin once more. With the ubiquitous synth shunts and bongo percussion not losing sight of the fact that there’s still a pop-ish party going on, the Scandinavian revels in the dust and debris that his machinery comes colored in, coming up with a snippy slice of incessant analogue disco ensuring Local Suicide’s original revels in its retro roots to the last.

Selected Quotes:
‚the perfect cabrio song!‘ NOISEY
‚…lacing retro chord stabs with a seemingly never-ending array of disco-minded percussion and a good deal of Moroder-indebted synth work.‘ XLR8R
‚…this claptastic tune will make you wanna put your hands up in the air!‘ VICE THUMP

XLR8R, Vice ThumpTruckerdisco, SerialGK, Magnetic Mag, Densomag, Novafuture, Popperola, JAZZVE, Disco Suicide, Hirnverbrandt, Como Las Grecas, Mixside, Dressed Like Machines, Killerrr, Beatburguer, Deathbyrepetition, Motsradio, Your Mom’s, Hipodrome, Nothing But Hope And Passion, Mots Radio, Minimalitalia, Madeyoulook, Soundmag, LesYeuxOrange, Virus SRF, SerialGK, EDM Network, Tsugi, Differentgrooves, The Beat Manifesto, Clubbingspain, Ohm-Mag, Serial GK, Intro, Deephouseradar, Edanceevent, Hatonhead

Radio Airplay:
RTRFM 92.1 (AUS), chry105.5fm (CA), Radio Carleton CKCU 93.1 FM (CA), Piooner DJ Radio (CRO), Space RadioFM (CRO), MixpeopleFM (CRO), DinamoFM (CRO), Wreck This Mess Radio Show (FR),House Nation Radio (FR), WOMR College Radio (GER), BLN.FM (GER), Deutschlandradio (GER), FM4 (AT), Additan Radio (GER) Flux FM (GER), Radio Zusa (GER), Ct Das Radio (GER), Radio Fritz (GER), Westradio (GR), The Zone (IT), AltroVerso Radio (IT), Tunnel FM (SWE), Kiss FM Ukraine (UKR), Manchester Global Radio (UK), Space Radio (Kenya), Mix People FM (Spain), Radio Studio B (Serbia), VIRUS SRF (CH), 101,5 FM Montreal (CA), Space Radio FM, Mixpeople FM, Dinamo FM, WTM Radio Paris, House Nation Radio, Byte FM (GER), Freies Radio Freudenstadt (GER), Kiddaz FM, XLR1505, Aditan Radio, Up N Loud Radio, A, UNK Fm, Clubbing FM, Soe FM, Ibizaglobalradio, Kiss FM Ukraine, Pulse Radio, Subdivisions Radio Show, Relisten FM 

Supported By:
Tensnake, Tiga, Oliver Schories, Michael Mayer, Hermanez, Arnaud Rebotini, Acid Washed, Club Bizarre, La Mverte, DJ T, Baby G, The Emperor Machine, Alkalino, Bufi, Gameboyz, Disko Selectors, Slam, Maceo Plex, Heretic, Carlos Nilmmns, Rick Prior, Future Feelings, Machinegewehr, Juan Soto, Grizzly, Jamie Stevens, RSS Disco, Neil Terry, Jens Holmes, Phil Downey, Sexylazer, Elie Eidelman, Nadja Lind, Electrosexual, NYMA, Egyptian Nipples, Chris Ex, GK Apsis, Jonathan Kusuma, Alfred Bros, Rui Vargas, Horatio, UMEK, Nori, Peter Adkins, Nick Warren, Simon Lister, Kalidasa, Bryan Zentz, Tony Kasper, Annie Hall, Submerge, DJ Polina Y

Charted/Played by:
Irregular Disco Workers, Richard Rossa, ElectrosexualTunnel FM, De Dupe, Rob Warner, Italo Brutalo,

Print Reviews:
DJ Mag (IT), Mixmag (GER), Trax (FR), VENTS Magazine (CAR),..Gonzola Magazine,  DE:BUG, DJ Mag Spain,

Spotify Playlists:
Flux FM Hits, Playlist Der Woche – Berlin Festival 2015, like sugar so sweet, Flux FM Neu, Bordello A Parigi, Quarantimes: No Concerns

Chart Results:
iTunes Electronic Single Charts (Spain): #17 We Can Go Everywhere (Inigo Vontier Remix)
iTunes All Genres Single Charts (Spain): #189 We Can Go Everywhere (Inigo Vontier Remix)
iTunes Electronic Single Charts (Finland): #7 We Can Go Everywhere (Original Version)
iTunes All Genres Single Charts (Finland): #54 We Can Go Everywhere (Original Version)

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Video for In Flagranti’s Remix (by In Flagranti):