Phonat Vs Super Mal – Pixelated

Super Mal crashed on to the scene in 2006 with their first production ‘Bigger than big’. It was snapped up by a major label and they found themselves sitting on a top 20 hit! All good, but rather than aim for the charts again James Crompton and Lyndon Coyne took their sound back to the dancefloor, focusing on building their label, Bandito Records. Fast forward to 2008 and they have a catalogue of quality house music, a worldwide fanbase and a reputation for delivering retro arcade videos like no other!

Phonat a.k.a Michele Balduzzi has been seriously turning heads since his move from Florence, Italy to London. His innovative approach to production, creating a uniquely catchy mix of house and electro has seen him described in the press as ‘a hyperactive Daft Punk on happy pills…’

Super Mal and Phonat first linked up when Phonat remixed the Super Mal single ‘Light Years’. The remix was amazing and garnered support from the likes of Pete Tong and Annie Mac on Radio 1. Suitably impressed, Super Mal picked up the phone and ‘Pixelated’ was soon to follow…

‘Pixelated’ delivers a warm, chopped and filtered loop that keeps on building until the cut ‘n’ paste vocal and giant bassline drop in, to create a massive uplifting groove guaranteed to rock any dancefloor. The breakdown strips back into a funky electro loop full of bleeps and squelches before that huge filtered loop is back to test the speakers to their limits

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