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Electronic duo Rendezvous follow up their underground hit "C Sharp" with a slice of smart, leftfield electro in their new single "The Murf." Another track from their now eagerly awaited debut album, Another Round Please, the song has already made headlines including on CBS news thanks to a stunning video that has gone viral (clocking up 150,000 views and counting in the space of a couple of weeks): Video "The Murf" - A Story about Growing Up In the Universe.
“Accompanied by a series of remixes, The Murf is expected to be a big club chart success. Carl Cox recently featured the band on a 2CD compilation for Space wherein he included one of the two remixes he contributed to their last previous. This time around, John Digweed, Nick Muir, Loverush UK! and Timothy Allan are on remix duties. With massive coverage already in place on key radio shows, including Funk Sanctum Radio, and from the likes of tastemaker's bible, DJ Mag, Rendezvous' popularity is only expected to grow further with The Murf.”
“When it comes to setting the tone for a brand new musically inspired movement, Rendezvous certainly has what it takes. Comprised of two talented musicians, Itai Simon and Hagai Izenberg, who have been collaborating since 2003, Rendezvous' work can be best described as instrumental and experimental, bringing together both retro sounds and depth as well as modern electronic beats and vibe to this contemporary world. Immediately after releasing their first EP in 2004 and generating a serious underground buzz, they began working on their full-length debut album, Another Round Please, a project that took them almost five years to complete. During the recording of their debut album, they teamed up with reputable mixer and producer, Dave Bascombe, who has previously worked with such bands as Depeche Mode, Tears For Fears, Suede, Manic Street Preachers and Erasure to name but a few. Dave Bascombe later on mixed the album at Metropolis Studios, London.”
Printed on 11/30/2011 02:39:02 pm 1 AheadPR / Digital Music Promotion Service