Scopic Drive EpTomas More // Correspondant
Format // 12"
Tomas More hails from France, but he actually launched his music career in the UK. He got his start with Fondation Records, putting out his first productions with label owner Danton Eeprom. The two of them then started "Baise-Main" a party in London's T-bar, which quickly became a prestigious event that included artists like Chloe and Andrew Weatherall. At the same time, More started the "Fondation Black Thursdays" at the infamous Rex Club in Paris, where he played alongside new greats like Seth Troxler, Jamies Jones, and Maetrik. Through running those events, Tomas has shaped his own style of unusual and dirty sounds and has not only gained the support from Magda, Marc Houle, and Troy Pierce, but he was signed to their new label "Items And Things" with a release on which he appeared with Clement Meyer. Not to mention, More is also a part of Meyer's Get The Curse crew, and we are thrilled he has made his sophomore EP for Correspondant. Roman Fluegel is not only a friend, but someone who we regard as one of the best in the business; someone who has experienced and taken part in the many different phases of Dance music. He has not only been an incredible DJ, but lately, he has been making some of the best music of his career; with his most recent single remixing Ricardo Villalobos, followed by an amazing debut solo album for Dial Records. Also, Roman and production partner Jörn Elling Wuttkebut are the men behind Alter Ego, a duo that have produced music for Sven Vath and are responsible for the massive club hit "Rocker" back in 2004. Fluegel's experience runs deep, remixing the likes of Radio Slave, Daft Punk, Chicks on Speed, and so many more. We are not only excited, but also honored to present to you the remix "Scopic Drive" by Roman Fluegel.
- Released // November 7, 2011
- Format // 12"
- Catalog Nr // Correspondant 04
- EAN // 880319539718