Premiere: D’Marc Cantu – ‘Parisian Summer’


You may have noticed how hot under the collar we got about D'Marc Cantu's remix of Richard Fearless' Higher Electronic States a few months back. We also had a chat to him we were so excited.

Having just signed to desire, D'Marc Cantu has prepared a blinding 5 track EP entitled 'Parisian Summer' for your aural pleasure. We've been lucky enough to get our hands on the exclusive premiere of the whole EP and you listen to it in its entire splendid offering right here.

Here's what D'Marc himself had to say about the record;

"The release was a follow up of sorts to my remix of Ricardo Tobar’s 'If I love you'. Having spoken to Jerome Mestre of Desire a few times since the remix, he and I decided that it would be great to follow it up with a dance focused release.

"The idea behind 'Parisian Summer' came after I played the Weather Fesitval in Paris during the spring of 2013. The atmosphere was amazing and so many new ideas emerged from my experiences there. 'PartyDaze', 'Svetlana' and 'MadDance' were all created ahead of my show at La Machine that weekend. All three of those tracks were made with the purpose of capturing that raw energy that was being given off by some of the best crowds I’ve ever witnessed. In Paris they party with you not to you, so it was important for me to create songs that captured those moments when the crowd was at their most energetic. 'Irregular Bedfellows' was created as a nice counterbalance to high energy drive of the previous three tracks and 'Uneven' was to bookend of the whole EP. Created several years ago it languished in the completed folder on my hard drive. Never really finding its right place until this project came along. It sits squarely in  middle of a relaxing dream and a feverish nightmare, truly Uneven."

Listen to the full EP here;