Lana Del Rey by Jo Ley.
I am sure I should know more about Lana Del Rey than I do but the fact is, beyond the basic concept that she’s had an awful lot of hype this is one pop vixen who has thus far stayed totally off my radar. But not any more: not since I was sent a link to the remix of her tune Blue Jeans by Kris Menace, a music maestro who has worked with the likes of Kylie, Robbie Williams and Depeche Mode.
Lana Del Rey by Kris Keys.
Like Lana del Rey, producer Kris Menace uses a pseudonym – doesn’t sound quite so mysterious and glam when you say that good old Christophe Hoeffel has worked on a remix with Elizabeth Woolridge Grant does it? Kris Menace runs two of his own record labels, a radio station and in the way of superstar DJs he travels around the world to play at all the top nightclubs. Where does he find the time?! Anyway, enjoy. This remix is utterly addictive, I warn you.
Lana Del Rey by Rukmunal Hakim.
Lana Del Rey by Janneke de Jong.
Lana Del Rey by Gemma Cotterell.
Lana Del Rey by Deborah Moon.
Kris Menace has a new album out in April: Electric Horizon follows on from 2009′s Idiosyncrasies, with a blend of magical melodies and hypnotic trance-like tunes that belie his Germanic roots. The first single Falling Star came out on March 5th 2012. Lana Del Rey releases her version of Blue Jeans on April 8th.
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