The latest release on Auranoc Records is this jivey indy track by Lusion. Grab yourself a copy on Beatport or at all major online sellers
The second release on Auranoc Records is a bumpy, feel good, nu funk meets indy crossover. The song was build around the sampled hook made famous by ‘La Familia’ with their 90’s hit, ‘Viata Buna’, sped up to the 120 bpm mark. The track went through some changes where it was originally intended for a more glitchy sound. As Lusion moved away from such tracks, he wanted to bring the work he had already done on this track into his new sound. The song is big on snares and an original vocal is layed out by Diana Elizabeth. ‘That Good Life’ is available at all major online music retailers including Beatport, iTunes and Google Music.
Wolf Colony is an anonymous singer-songwriter based out of New York City.
Since the release of his debut EP, Welcome to the Wild Side, Wolf Colony has organically grown a global following and has performed at various NYC music venues in including Webster Hall, Baby’s Alright, Brooklyn Bowl, Mercury Lounge, Bowery Electric, and more.
Auranocs David Lusion was an official remixer of Wolf Colony’s ‘The One’
On March 3rd, Wolf Colony released his full-length debut album entitled, “Unmasked”, which is exclusively produced by Neal Sarin. Wolf Colony was recently selected from 13,000 participants as a finalist for the Hard Rock Rising competition hosted in Barcelona, Spain. He is currently working on new music and playing live shows in New York.
“‘Since his debut album Unmasked dropped earlier this year, we’ve been obsessed.” – Wonderland
“’80s-inspired melodies that pop with shimmering backbeats and shattering hi-hats similar to that of those Ratatat rely on.” – SPIN
“It brings me so much joy to say he has created one of those albums that feels, like an album – it is as a whole a work of art.” – Live FAST
“A dark and sensual blend of minimalistic electronic-pop melodies intertwined with the vulnerable and melancholic vocals.” – Earmilk
“Swelling with intimate lyrics and walls of synthesizers, Unmasked sees Wolf Colony take a confident step into the world of full-length albums whilst keeping his various influences intact.” – Music Feeds