Souleance are back with their second single on First Word. After the massive success of their debut Le Monde EP, the French duo of DJ Soulist (What The Funk?) and producer Fulgeance (Musique Large / Peter Digital Orchestra / One-Handed) have crafted one of the first must-have releases of 2010.
Kicking off with ear-catching horn stabs before dropping in to an insanely catchy synth-led groove, Le Plaisir is trademark Souleance tackle - guaranteed to have the floor rocking. Chemise continues in the vein of One Step (a favorite from the Le Monde EP), re-editing a classic tune and adding the classic Souleance touch. This tune takes a familiar eighties disco / boogie favorite, beefing up the drums and creating another instant slice of dancefloor dynamite.
For the exclusive digital release we've roped in label-mate kidkanevil to add a remix of Le Plaisir, adding an insistent dancehall groove layering it up with sirens, video game bleeps and synth madness. Look out for kidkanevil's new album 'Basho Basho' which is also out this month on First Word.
Souleance will be back later this year with their debut album. With a growing legion of fans including Gilles Peterson (who picked their track Manana for his Brownswood Bubblers compilation) and Radio Nova (France) who have booked the duo to play at their prestigious Nuitz Zebrees event in December, 2010 is gonna be big for Souleance.