The French duo take on krautdisco, futuristic pop and chianti in their new album and single featuring Jarvis Cocker
Parisian duo Discodeine, made up of one half 'Pilooski' and one half 'Pentile' are best known for their brazen disco jams, the former having made his name with his collection of inventive disco edits and collaborations with LCD Soundsystem - are now back with their new album. Reshaping the sounds of Iggy pop, Brian Ferry, to Nina Simone, their new single now features the vocals of Jarvis Cocker. Bringing an intensity to club music, they blend their influences from Chicago house to 'futuristic disco', 'jackin' techno' with pop vox with their new album out this March 1st.
Q & A
...so special about you, then?
...your worst vice?
…the story behind your name?
We originally called ourselves Sauna, some high authority executives thought it should be different.
... your favourite sound?
Detuned hand claps
...your worst fashion secret?
Polished expensive leather boots.
... good for breakfast?
...at the top of your shit list?
The nerdism of Nu Disco, do girls really listen to this sub-genre? We don't think so.
...are you listening to now?
The sound of now. Caribou: Swim.
How would you describe your work?
Haunted ghetto funk with an attitude.
Discodéine's self-titled debut album is out March 1st on Dirty / Pschent music