Kraak & Smaak Shares Exclusive Remix of “Good For The City”

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Winners Receive:
Good For The City – 7”
The Future Is Yours/Good For The City – 12”
The Future Is Your Picture Disc.
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Photo Credit: Krijn Van Noordwijk
“Simultaneously groovy, retro, & futuristic.” – Elektro
Kraak & Smaak’s New Album Chrome Waves Out 10/28 on Jalapeno Records  
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Following up their album showcase at a sold-out Melkweg at last week’s ADE Festival in Amsterdam, today Kraak & Smaak treated us to a disco remix of their forthcoming album single “Good For The City” featuring English artist Sam Duckworth of the indie project Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly via Do Androids Dance. As the name suggests, the rip-roaring singalong smash gets some serious glitterball treatment in this Kraak & Smaak remix.
The Dutch trio’s Chrome Waves LP (due out next Monday, 10/28 on Jalapeno Records), is an ultra-glossy 11-track record that takes you on a cosmic journey, straddling the perfect line between mellow and danceable. Chrome Waves will leave you feeling blissed-out, nostalgic and entertained throughout.
For those who are new to Kraak & Smaak, the DJ supergroup’s acclaimed live shows and electric DJ sets have brought them to the mainstages of the world’s most renowned festivals and clubs, from We Love Space to Glastonbury and Coachella. Their last album Electric Hustle hit Number 1 on Los Angeles tastemaker station KCRW’ s album chart and their hit “Squeeze Me” released on Ultra Records earned them their debut TV live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
1. The Future is Yours
2. How We Gonna Stop The Tme (Feat. Stee Downes)
3. Good For The City (Feat. Sam Duckworth)
4. The Upper Hand (Feat. Upper A)
5. Love Inflation (Feat. Janne Schra)
6. Your Body
7. Where You Been
8. F.A.M.E. (Feat. Retro Stefson)
9. Just Wanna Be Loved (Feat. Joi Cardwell)
10. Don’t Let People (Feat. Berenice Van Leer)
11. Back Again (Feat. John Turrell)
Album cover by Jacob Escobedo – artist for The Shins, Vampire Weekend
& Broken Bells.

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