After the internationally lauded release of their seventh studio long player UUUU back in May, and an intensive album tour that’s seen them entertain audiences at some of the most prestigious parties and festivals across Europe and North America, Danish live outfit WhoMadeWho now looks to breathe renewed life into one of the standout tracks from the album, as they enlist the one and only Jennifer Cardini to put their inimitable spin on Everyday.
Out now via Berlin-based imprint Embassy One, Cardini’s remix sees the iconic French producer, Correspondant Music and Dischi Autunno label head deliver an absorbing interpretation of WhoMadeWho and Rampa’s introspective original, lending a dynamic groove and eclectic sound palette to Tomas Høffding’s sultry topline. Ebbing and flowing with remarkable finesse across its chugging, seven-minute run time, the remix is brought into an avant-garde, almost cosmic dimension as the now Berlin-based artist conjures an extraordinary sonic performance that sits somewhere in-between contemplative melancholy and magnetic euphoria.
After more than two decades spent building an enviable reputation starting in the clubs of Paris, Jennifer Cardini has become an international icon. An infectious charisma and versatility behind the decks has led to invitations to play at famed nightspots such as Panorama Bar, Nitsa and Fabric, and off the back of launching successful creative platforms and labels including Correspondant and Dischi Autunno, Jennifer’s standing as a tastemaker is as prominent as ever.
Since their inception WhoMadeWho have established themselves as one of the definitive underground bands of their generation, renowned for their exceptional grasp of emotional depth, heartrending melody and inspired song writing. The group, comprised of Tomas Høffding, Tomas Barfod and Jeppe Kjellberg, inject consummate professionalism into standout performances all over the globe – from Roskilde to Sonar, Melt! to Burning Man – and have produced seven albums and a plethora of EPs, singles and remixes on labels like Kompakt, Innervisions, Life & Death. With Barfod’s penchant for electronic music poetically juxtaposed with Høffding and Kjellberg’s respective backgrounds in rock and jazz, their music is an electrifying combination of sounds, merging a variety of influences to produce a unique sonic fingerprint that is emotive, irresistible and immensely satisfying.
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