01. Moody Good – Kong This pt2 (Pelussje Bootleg)
02. Public Service Broadcasting – Go (Fjaak RMX)
03. Shoffy – Breathe (AC Slater RMX)
04. Dombresky – Gloary
05. Juyen Sebulba – Fire Di Sound ft. Hawkboy (Moska RMX)
06. Fono – Real Joy
07. Spenda C and DJ Funk – Pop N’Champagne (Pelussje RMX)
08. The Griswolds – Live This Nightmare (NGHTMRE RMX)
09. The Chemical Brothers – This Is Not A Game feat. Miguel
10. Saint & Uniiqu3 – Yo (I’m Lit)
11. DJ Funk – Three Fine Hoes (Sinjin Hawke RMX)
12. Yung Lean – Yoshi City ft. MIA + Afrika Bambaataa (#Hashcoast RMX)
13. Get Far, Provenzano, Jeffrey Jey – Party With You (Pelussje RMX)
14. GotSome Feat. Wiley – Vibe Out (Jus Now RMX)
15. BOT – Don’t Want No
16. Brodinski – Cant Help Myself
17. Born Dirty ft. Kid Sister – Dont Stop Get It
18. Major Lazer – Jet Blue Jet (Phat Deuce & The Reef RMX)
19. Disclosure – Bang That
20. Deekline – Bass Shaker (VIP Dub) ft. Tiga – Bugatti
21. Simioli & Provenzano ft. Scarlet – Ain’t No Sunshine (Pelussje RMX)
What happens when 3 heavyweights of the Italian and international dance music panorama come together for a fab music project? Well, a magic track, “Party With You”, is the only possible answer.
Get Far is the pseudonym of Mario Fargetta, the talented Italian DJ and producer who added his signature to famous dance projects such as The Tamperer featuring Maya “Feel It” (#1 in the UK), “Music Turns Me On” and “The Radio” (#1 US Billboard Hot Dance Airplay) just to name a few.
Provenzano is the famous Italian DJ and producer. He hosts his own daily radio show at Radio m2o. His productions are supported by DJs from all over the world, including David Guetta, Pete Tong and Tiesto.
Jeffrey Jey is the singer and front man of Eiffel 65, the legendary Italo dance band, known everywhere in the world for their chart-topping singles, “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” and “Move Your Body”.
Last but not least, Pelussje made a fab trap and aggressive remix of “Party With You” you can listen on Soundcloud and buy on Beatport!
Pelussje revived the Jock Jam era in their three-track EP, AH-ITE, released last November on NEST. The Italian duo emitted their love of the 90s through the music, and now, they’ve gone a step further with a visual element for the EP’s lead track, “Macaulay 23″. Written and directed by the artists themselves, the new video touches on a host of nostalgic imagery from the decade, with the Fresh Prince, B-boys & break dancers, and Reebok Pumps all making an appearance.
The video’s story is told from the point of view of the young dancers, a group of friends who obviously didn’t experience the nineties in person but from the TV series, movies and music videos of that decade. Indeed they “play” Willy the Fresh Prince, X Files and dress the part of their old school idols, dancing with the typical style of that period and even faking the home video editing on VHS. Check out the b-boy and breakdancer filled video above. Also, read Elektro Magazine‘s exclusive Q&A with Pelussje on the video and the release below…
How did you guys come up with the idea for this video? What was your inspiration for producing “Macaulay 23″? The whole EP AH-ITE (released on Nest last November) is entirely inspired by the glorious cheesiness of the nineties. Even the title of this track is a mash-up tribute to Macaulay Culkin and the legendary number 23 of Michael Jordan. So, we wanted to experience that inspiring decade again by creating a video full of quotes and VIPs who made those years amazingly weird and cheesy, like Willy the Fresh Prince, the Ghetto Blaster, Dawson etc..Have you written/directed videos before?No, this is the very fist video we totally wrote, directed and shot…we’re incredibly proud of it!How long did it take you guys to shoot the video?
It took about one week to create all the “faces” and props, and two days of proper shooting with all the dancers and breakers…but they had been trained for weeks! It’s been a challenge but it was totally worth it.Were there any challenges for this shoot in particular?
Well…the night before the first shooting day we realized that we just had ONE battery for the GoPro…and as we shot in an abandoned space in the middle of nothing, it would have been quite hard to charge it! Luckily, we had some life-saver USB portable chargers, so we’ve been able not to f— up everything and charge the batteries between one choreography and the other… Phew!