Tag: The Alarm
By now, I’m sure you’ve fallen in love with Felix Cartal and Autoerotique’s “The Alarm” (and if you haven’t, then shame on you). Whether you have or have not, prepare yourself to get stoked all over again because it’s been remixed, giving the already vibrant track three fresh new perspectives.
Wake up because AutoErotique and Felix Cartal have officially rung the alarm! “The Alarm” is the hot new collaboration that has everyone wanting to make their own rendition with remixes by Charlie Darker, Erick Rincon, and Keys N Krates. “The Alarm” is scheduled to be released on June 6 on Dim Mak Records. You can pre order “The Alarm” here and have the track on your playlist just in time for summer festival season!
Last week we dropped ‘The Alarm’ by Autoerotique and Felix Cartal, now we’re bringing you the Beatport Charts surrounding the dynamic the track. Felix Cartal has put together ten tracks for his official Beatport chart with music from Oliver, Congorock, Feed Me, Oliver, and others. You can grab Felix’s collection on Beatport now.
1. Congorock & Stereo Massive feat Sean Paul – Bless Di Nation (Torro Torro Remix)
2. Felix Cartal – No Sleep
3. Boys Noize – Ich R U (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
4. The Bloody Beetroots – Chronicles Of A Fallen Love (TAI Remix)
5. Cashmere Cat – Paws
6. Felix Cartal & Autoerotique – The Alarm
7. Oliver – Night Is On My Mind
8. Feed Me – Gravel
9. Autoerotique – Roll The Drums (Felix Cartal Remix)
10. Nathan Fake – Paean
In honor of Felix Cartal and Autoerotique‘s release, ‘The Alarm’ we’re giving away a pair of tickets to see these Canadian boys live. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to upcoming stops including four dates for Felix Cartal and Autoerotique‘s upcoming stop in Columbus, Ohio. To win simply fill out the form with the show of your choice and you’ll automatically be entered to win a pair of tickets.
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AutoErotique & Felix Cartal “The Alarm” assembles a skyscraper build tall enough to leave you wide eyed. AutoErotique & Felix Cartal dont just sound “The Alarm”, this track rolls, pumps, shouts and is on a steadfast skyrocket to “unreal”. These Canadian maestros bring a high degree of dance with enough bombshells to make you question why you would assume predictability for this track. Just take a listen and thank us later.
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