Fraiche MP3 Download: Private "Secret Lover" (Juxx Remix)
Private hasn't released any new material in a while, but the Danish pop sensation keeps on dropping new remixes once in a while. Yum. Thanks for that. Download Juxx's revamp of Private's poptastic first single "Secret Lovers." It's a funked up electro work out with a little bit of a hip hop flavor towards the end. Fear not. It works. Tres groovy. (Thanks to Thomas for always sharing the good stuff.)
Download Private "Secret Lover" (Juxx Remix)
New Private Remixes
Thomas from popstastic Danish outfit Private snuck a couple remixes to me via email last night that are now posted on the group's blog. The first one is a burpy, blazing house remix of "My Secret Lover" by Electromasterz. The second remix is an propulsive progressive house stomper with a nice electro breakdown by Michael Edit. Enjoy, folks.
Exclusive Video Premiere: Private "Killer On The Dancefloor"
Private, Denmark's finest electro-pop trio, is back with a video for their brand-new single "Killer On The Dancefloor." The video was directed by Kristian Hoeck and produced by Zentropa. Together they created the perfect, creepy visual aesthetic for the song's mysterious and killer hooks that are just oh-so poptastic. (Thanks to the band for giving ArjanWrites.com the first look.)
Watch the entire video after the jump
Listen to Destronics vs. Private "Killer"
Destronics are electro-rockers Patrice and Quentin who are based Lyon, France. The two recently produced a steaming hot remix of Private's poptastic "Killer On The Dancefloor that is taken from the Danish trio's debut LP "My Secret Lover." There's not much other Private news to report at this time while many fans are anxiously awaiting the release of the trio's record stateside. To listen to Destronics' remix, head over to their Facebook page and scroll down a little to hear it in the music player.
Video Premiere: Private "We Got Some Breaking Up To Do"
Major. Pop. Hotness. Yum.
I think that's a good way to describe Private's brand-new video for "We Got some Breaking Up To Do." Shining in simplicity, the video proves that all you need is a smoke machine, an old-timer car, an enigmatic frontman and some funky dance moves to put together a kick ass video. Private is major. Time for Troelsen and his gang to head to the States soon. (Thanks to Mr. Troelsen himself for the heads up.)