The latest track from the Fool’s Gold Clubhouse compilation series comes from none other than Gregori Klosman. The Frenchman is a beast on the creative frontier, and “Funk It” keeps his reputation alive and well. A clean trumpet sound is the featured backbone of this groovy record, accompanied with a fat, saturated bassline. Mr. Klosman has a crystal-clear instinct for experimenting with unconventional rhythm and meter, and demonstrates this gift flawlessly. This sound is sure to turn heads in the club, and better yet, it’s free for download.Posted by
Gregori Klosman has been known to dabble in many forms of dance music, evidenced by his past alignment with the Dirty Dutch movement and involvement with French super-group Reepublic. More recently, he has released critically acclaimed singles such as “Flag,” his collaboration with Bassjackers, while simultaneously developing his own imprint called Guru Recordings. While Gregori had yet to dip his feet into underground dance music, that has changed with his new remix of Natasha Kills’ “Saturday Night.” In keeping with his new darker sound, Gregori also unveiled his new moniker SLAK to act as his avatar in the subterranean music realm. Check out his first venture into the expansive world of underground music below.Posted by
Each coming off collaborative pieces of their own, Gregori Klosman and Bassjackers have united for a weekend offering released via Spinnin Records . Maintaining the big room energy to fit both artists’ stylings, Klosman and the duo prove simpatico with little need for adaptation. Growing with chord progressions and loop segments, “Flag” comes festival ready with electro house ferocity.
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After taking a break from his own releases to focus on cultivating his label, Gregori Klosman has returned with a vengeance. The Parisian producer teamed up with Wahlstedt on “Come On,” his first release since “Bad Guy.” Blending a catchy progressive melody with Klosman’s patented machine gun synths, both artists shine in the electro-fied tune. Though only the second Guru Recordings release from its label head, “Come On” takes a forward-thinking approach, presenting listeners with a true original.
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French phenom Gregori Klosman teams up with big room mainstays Bassjackers for the upcoming Spinnin Records release “Flag.” Representing both production outfits obsessions with screaming leads and unbridled energy, “Flag” punctuates its festival tent persona with a cacophony of Dutch blares and a filter cut bass line. Klosman’s dark and hazy aesthetic is ever present, while Bassjackers assert themselves over the chirpy, synth-driven drop. Available August 2nd on Spinnin’ Records, “Flag” is another blaring big room affair in the ever expanding stockpile of fiery festival outputs.Posted by
With festival season in full swing, fans are already growing tired of hearing the same recycled tracks blaring through speakers set after set. Gregori Klosman‘s upcoming festival-ready collaboration is poised to diversify these stagnant playlists. “Come On” has all the trappings of a main stage hit — grinding electro synths and heavy drops — but hasn’t already seen overplayed rotation. The preview is short, clocking in at under two minutes, but you can hear it in full on July 29th via Klosman’s Guru Recordings.Posted by
After seeing its first release rocket into the Beatport Top 10, Gregori Klosman’s Guru Recordings is set to unleash its debut compilation EP this month. Featuring five new originals from members of the label’s handpicked roster, the Disciples EP sets the standard for French electro. Expanding the boundaries of the genre, tracks from Teo Moss & Greg Hoffman, Damian William and Tony Romera & Burgundy’s borrow elements from rock, progressive and even hardstyle, while Sub Z3ro and Calvin Bride hold firmly onto their roots. Click below the break for the full tracklist, and head to Beatport June 24th to snap up the label’s first ever EP.
In our first installment of Before the Beats we showed off shots from artists including Brodinski, Dillon Francis, and Sebastian Ingrosso. For the second edition, we’ve collected even more photos which run the gamut from cute and cuddly to funny and predictive of their musical futures. New additions to the baby photo retrospective include Ferry Corsten, Hardwell, Laidback Luke, and Sander van Doorn, but we also have new pictures from artists previously featured in our first installment; repeat offenders include Steve Angello, Chuckie, and A-Trak. Click below the break to find out what your favorite artists looked like before they were big stars.
Preview Gregori Klosman & Tony Romera’s ‘Bad Guy’ and enter to win Sennheiser headphones and a bottle of Pandor
With their new track “Bad Guy”, French progressive sensations Gregori Klosman and Tony Romera have teamed up to capture who is the baddest fan of all. The rules are simple: provide a picture of a typical bad guy or villain from movies, anime, comics, or whatever other resource you find, with hashtag #saygoodnighttothebadguy on Twitter or Instagram. The contest winners will receive the pair of Sennheiser headphones Gregori used on tour for the past two years at places like Tomorrowland, Amnesia Ibiza, Mysteryland, and Pacha NYC. In addition, you’ll get the bottle of Pandor that was used for the inspiration of Tony Romera’s new tune (pictures below). While you’re busy hunting for pictures, listen to their new Guru Recordings exclusive powered by electro lulls and heart-pounding drums — it’ll definitely have you conjuring up bad thoughts.
Social media has greatly enhanced the connection between fans and artists by allowing them to connect on a level far greater than that of a spectator. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have given us an unprecedented look into the lives of our modern day rockstars by taking us behind the booth, into their homes and studios, and even sometimes into their pasts. Click below the break to check out some of your favorite artists in their younger years and find out which superstars got an early start by strumming guitars or tickling the ivories. We have shots from Steve Angello, Chuckie, Skrillex, Nervo, A-Trak, and more.