They sang Baccara from ‘Sir, I Can Boogie’. Young Pulse, French DJ and producer known for creating magnificent remixes of disco and boogie music from the 70s and 80s, has not remixed the iconic Spanish duo because other icons have been closer: Young Pulse has released remixes of Françoise Hardy (‘ Juke box’), Véronique Sanson (‘Bernard’s Song’) or Sheila (‘Spacer’), giving new life to classics that did not deserve to be forgotten.
A fan of collecting dark vinyl since he was a teenager, Young Pulse has managed to unite his two passions, production and crate digging, and become one of the most acclaimed names in current disco music. Barcelona will have the opportunity to see him in action performing at the Razzmatazz room next Saturday, January 20. Tickets are still available.
Among Young Pulse’s biggest hits is ‘Smooth Sweet Talker’ with Fleur du Mur, a classic and irresistible disco song that no fan of the genre will want to miss, or ‘Free’ with Natalia Nova. His ‘Paris Edits vol. 1-7’ have also given a lot to talk about, as well as their short mixtape ‘The Disco Sound of: Motown’. In this mix available on Soundcloud, old songs by Teena Marie, The Originals, Thelma Houston and Carl Bean (that ‘I Was Born this Way’ that inspired Lady Gaga so much) find a new life. Young Pulse knows how to make a good boogie better than anyone.