Three tracks to fire up the dancefloor.
This March 1st, Brooklyn record label Dance Artifakts is set to release the ‘Last Days’ EP by Irish DJ and producer Jay Skelly, consisting of the original title cut, plus two remixes from Anthony Georges Patrice and Lost People.
Dance Artifakts is known for publishing records that stretch the boundaries of electronic dance music, beyond the reaches of house and progressive and towards unchartered territories by means of cerebral, creative tracks that bring something very different to the table. Uncommon textures, atmospheres and structures make the music stand out and provide a break from the recurrent themes and sounds of other labels’ run-of-the-mill musical output.
In this respect, Berlin-based Jay Skelly offers his own contribution to the imprint’s discography by way of his original tune ‘Last Days’. A fan of 80’s synth pop, soul and disco since early on, he was influenced as well by early electronic acts such as Kraftwerk and 90’s superstars like Daft Punk and the Chemical Brothers. An extensive DJ’ing and studio schedule has allowed him to further explore the genres he loves, gearing him towards finding his own particular sound.
The ‘Last Days’ EP includes two remixes of Skelly’s original track by France’s Anthony Georges Patrice and Dance Artifakts’ recurring artist Lost People, which promise to round out a compelling record. Grab your copy here.