DT: JUNE 20, 2014
FR: AMANDA KAISER/MSO PR
LE CASTLE VANIA
SHARES TWO NEW SONGS ON RADIO.COM AND EDM.com
“COME TOGETHER (FEAT. MUST DIE! & MARIANA BELL)”
AND “MOVING IN TIME (FEAT. MARIANA BELL)”
FROM HIS UPCOMING SOPHOMORE EP
‘FEELS LIKE FIRE’
EXCLUSIVELY PREVIEW TRACKS FROM THE EP NOW AT:
OUT TUESDAY, JUNE 24 VIA ALWAYS NEVER
Album art by Boneface.
As the anticipation builds around the June 24 release of LE CASTLE VANIA’s sophomore EP FEELS LIKE FIRE on his own Always Never Records, the Atlanta electronic music producer and DJ (Dylan Eiland) is set to exclusively debut not one, but TWO new tracks off the five-track EP this week. In addition to gifting the EP lead track “Nobody Gets Out Alive Part II”, as a free download on his Soundcloud last week, now LE CASTLE VANIA shares two more tracks, “Come Together” (featuring Mariana Bell) and “Moving In Time” (featuring Must Die & Mariana Bell), as premiered on Radio.com and EDM.com (respectively). The songs can now be heard now , and the full EP of LE CASTLE VANIA’s FEELS LIKE FIRE is available for pre-order now at: http://bit.ly/feelslikefire
FEELS LIKE FIRE is a direct reflection of LE CASTLE VANIA’s musicality, as his diverse arrangements stretch far along the musical spectrum. With the captivating vocal stylings of Mariana Bell and Alyssa Palmer (formerly known as “Miss Palmer”), and SunSun, alongside the compelling production collaborations with Must Die and Crywolf (Always Never Records), LE CASTLE VANIA is setting the electronic dance music bar high. Booming with exhilarating intensity while simultaneously tugging on emotional heart strings, FEELS LIKE FIRE is sure to be LE CASTLE VANIA’s most celebrated work yet.
INITIAL PRAISE FOR FEELS LIKE FIRE:
- “Feels Like Fire is far from formulaic, and comes across as a clinic in musicality and diversity.” – DO ANDROIDS DANCE
- ”Friday Favorite- Celebratory, horror-style chord wails divide skillfully arranged segments of grinding stabs, suggesting someone is deriving pleasure from the inflicted pain. LCV uses his latest to say “f*ck hugs, shoulder rides, and #selfies,” instead offering a reminder of the raw aggression missing from a vast majority of electro house’s cash-concerned, feel-good offspring genre. ” – LESSTHAN3
- “The intensity is absolutely infectious” – THE UNTZ
- “Le Castle Vania is back.” – WE LIKE IT INDIE
1. Nobody Gets Out Alive Pt. II
2. Come Together Feat. Mariana Bell
3. Moving in Time Feat. Must Die and Mariana Bell
4. Part of Me Feat. Crywolf and Alyssa Palmer
5. Driving Away Feat. SunSun
ABOUT LE CASTLE VANIA
After cutting his teeth DJing at Atlanta warehouses and underground raves, Le Castle Vania gained mass notoriety back in 2006 when his remix of fellow Atlanta band Snowden’s “Black Eyes” blew up the EDM blogosphere. Ever since Le Castle Vania’s electronic prowess and punk rock-infused swagger has earned him chart-topping status on his numerous official remixes for the likes of Kaskade, La Roux, and Designer Drugs, with tour cred supporting dance music heavyweights Dirtyphonicsand deadmau5. After unleashing his debut EP Prophication on his deadmau5’ very own mau5trap imprint last year (Watch the music video, a Syd Mead retrofuturistic sci-fi fantasy: http://vimeo.com/evanviera/prophication), Le Castle Vania has been busy collaborating as a featured artist on The Crystal Method’s fifth self-titled studio album (2014), scoring the entirety of a major sci-fi thriller, and crafting his sophomore EP Feels Like Fire out June 24 on his own Always Never Records. Feel Like Fire is anything but a sophomore slump – The five-track EP is a wild ride through blurred genres and moods, laced with the raw energy that electro house once brought to the table. Featuring collaborations with MUST DIE!, Crywolf, and ethereal vocals from SunSun and Mariana Bell, Le Castle Vania’s Feels Like Fire EP is regally crafted with equal parts beauty and electricity.
If Feels Like Fire is a sign of what’s to come from LE CASTLE VANIA, you’d better keep your eye out.
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