Today RCRD LBL is sharing a synth-superpowered, thoroughly clubbed out remix by Jackson (of “…And His Computer Band” fame) for Treasure Fingers’ vocoder jam with “Keep Up.”
You can grab it on the full “Keep Up” single, out now on Beatport, iTunes and all other mp3 stores slanging our digital wares. There’s also an even crazier Jackson dub (his “Ejack Mix”) and a reworking by dance legend Kenny Dope, who comes back in grimey NYC shake mode. “Keep Up” also kicks off the Fool’s Gold Vol 1 compilation LP, out now.
Since the release of his debut single “Cross The Dancefloor,” Treasure Fingers has been working his 24k digits non-stop to create some of the most exciting and truly funky electronic music of the past few years. Whether on remixes for pop upstarts (Miike Snow, Little Boots, Chromeo), indie dance heroes (Tensnake, Classixx, Fred Falke & Burns) or his own original tracks, each new tune reveals another side of his personality and showcases a midas touch that expertly blends elements of house, disco, R&B and more, anchored by a decade of road-tested DJ knowledge and Brooklyn-via-ATL swagger.
“Keep Up” is the latest gem to emerge from the Treasure Fingers dance lab: four minutes of vocoder funk and throwback freestyle drums that feel right on time thanks to Treasure Fingers’ clever arrangements and the candy-sweet vocals of newcomer Haley Small. “Keep Up” made it’s first appearance as the lead track on the Fool’s Gold compilation LP and is now backed by huge remixes from Jackson (Warp) who delves into previously uncharted big-room territory with his synthed out “Uro Trans” and “Ejack” mixes, and house legend Kenny Dope (Masters At Work), who nods to his NYC classics with a massive and appropriately titled “Rowdy Remix” sure to set fire to late nights everywhere.