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Real Talk

  • Artists HMC, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Touch Sensitive, Anna Lunoe, Flume
  • Release Date 2012-06-25
  • Labels Future Classic
  • Catalog FCL70
  • $5.96
  • Description Anna Lunoe & Friends Real Talk EP is all Australian and all party!

    On 'Real Talk' Anna teamed up with mysterious Sydney producer Touch Sensitive - who you may remember brought you 'Body Stop' back in 2005 on Future Classic - for what could be THE perfect summer house anthem.. pianos, uplifting pianos, vocal stabs, pianos! A tune that you could see rubbing shoulders with classics like 'Strings of Life' and 'Gypsy Woman'.

    Next up is 'I Met You', Anna's collab with another Sydney producer that's been catching lots of attention from the likes of XLR8R, Electronic Beats and inthemix called Flume. Anna's beautiful vocal work gets Flume's catchy chopped and pitched treatment and is packed with more chunky bass than you've ever imagined.

    The final track on the EP is an essential DJ tool by one of Australia's earliest pioneers of house and techno DJ HMC. HMC takes all the power of the original 'I Met You' and brings up the pace and kick for some very delicious results. HMC has been making dance music in Adelaide since around '91 and is still rocking, in fact if you're from the new school you might know is other alias Late Nite Tuff Guy..

    The Australian born Anna Lunoe has been leaving a trail of exhausted dancers in her wake with her unique taste in everything bass, hip hop, disco, house, garage and everything in between for some years now. Anna's DJed with giants like The Chemical Brothers, Soulwax, Daft Punk and Salt n Pepper, ran cult club parties with her DJ crew Hoops, mixed compilations for Ministry of Sound, given music direction for everyone from Louis Vuitton to Hugo Boss and even nabbed a spot in Sydney magazines 100 most influential people list. Is there anything she can't do?

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