The original is deep disco to die for. Big love! – Editor House Music with Love GlamDisco’s third release “Can’t Control” premiere’s exclusively at WhatPeoplePlay.com on on Tuesday, September 17th followed by a rollout in all other digital stores such as Beatport and iTunes one week later on Tuesday, September 24. Can’t Control includes fantastic ...
We did a custom soundtrack for the designer Ram Al Ali presentation during the July Haute Couture shows in Paris. This was Ram Al Ali’s 6th show in Paris and his Fall/Winter 2013-2014 collection was every well received by the fashion press.
Our “Bolivian Bump” EP is now out on all the major platforms such as Beatport.com and WhatPeoplePlay.com. There are three tracks on the EP, the “Party Up” mix with some killer synth lines, Jerome Pacman’s super groovy remix, and the “Vocal Mix” which features a lovely little acapella break and the most complete vocals of ...
During this seasons Prêt-à-Porter collections (Fall Winter 2013-2014) legendary designer Junko Shimada collaborated with the famous Parisian visual artist Gotscho to create a powerful, conceptual presentation entitled “T.O.T.E.M” instead of a traditional runway show.
Our debut release “Metal Dragon” on our new label “GlamDisco” is a featured release on WhatPeoplePlay.com. The EP has two of our tracks “Metal Dragon” and “The Opium Dreams of Nikola Tesla” along with brilliant remixes by the amazing Indian duo BLOT! from Delhi. We’ve received fantastic initial support and feedback from Colin Dale, Danny ...
Photos taken at the Aganovich Spring Summer 2013 Defile at Palais Tokyo. As usual, I was shooting with the Zeiss 35 f/1.4 Distagon on a 5d Mark 2.
Our music label and artist platform “GlamDisco” is launching in October!
A series of photos from the Ram Al Ali Haute Couture presentation at the Le Meurice Hotel in Paris. The backstage photos were shot exclusively using my favourite lens the Zeiss Distagon 35mm F/1.4. For the official presentation photos I also used the Zeiss Makro-Planar 100mm F2.
Here’s the next instalment of the Kama Sutra Lovers “Live Machine Mix” series. This live features about 65% original pre-release material along with a small “DJ” style section with tracks edited, layered and looped. All drums and percussion were done on the Machinedrum and the bass lines were done on the Spectralis.
The show was quite exciting as it saw the return of the legendary designer back to Paris retake artistic and creative control of the brand he built from the ground up over several decades starting in the early 70s.