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Make Me Rich! Aili's new electro-punk single really hits the spot.

In their short but successful career Belgian-Japanese duo Aili's music has often pulled from the 80s, whether that be angular post-punk bass lines, body shocking electro-rhythms, acid house bleeps or the neon soaked synth-pop of the era. Posted on 17 Nov 2022

'Relapse' by Satin Jackets & Tailor gets the Vandelux remix treatment

One of the many highlights from Satin Jackets' new album Reunion, the evocative 'Relapse' gets a new remix from fast rising San Francisco based producer Vandelux. Rebuilding the track around British vocalist Tailor's melancholy vocals and a looping, hypnotic bass line, Vandelux keeps the track's wistful vibe whilst taking the track in a fresh direction. Posted on 17 Nov 2022

Blende's 'Do You Remember?' gets energetic Carli remix

On his remix of ‘Do You Remember?’ Carli (Studio Barnhus, Off The Meds) perfectly updates the energetic 90s rave sound for the clubs of today. The remix marks the return of London based Swedish producer, DJ and song writer Blende to Eskimo Recordings. ‘Do You Remember?’ features Mickael Karkousse, frontman of Belgian electro-rock stars GOOSE. Posted on 04 Nov 2022

All Day I Dream producer Lost Desert remixes 'Don't Worry'

The bittersweet coda to Satin Jackets' new album Reunion, 'Don't Worry' was originally written as a tribute to Daft Punk, and the records that soundtracked so many of producer Tim Bernhardt's favorite clubbing memories. Now, fresh from a brace of acclaimed releases on All Day I Dream and Hoomidas, Belgian producer Lost Desert steps up with a new remix that keeps the original vibe intact but... Read more Posted on 28 Oct 2022

Eskimo Recordings presents The Remixes!

For over twenty years now Belgium's Eskimo Recordings have discovered and nurtured some of the most loved names in dance music, releasing timeless albums from artists such as Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas, Satin Jackets and Aeroplane that have straddled the divide between electronica, Balearic house and leftfield pop. Posted on 27 Oct 2022