Último single de Tiga, extraido de su reciente recopilación “Non Stop“, single que, después de ver el videoclip sólo puede ser definido con una palabra: genialidad. Os recomiendo que leáis la surrealista descripción que el canadiense ha puesto en Youtube y os copypasteo al final de la entrada.
Los remixes de “Plush” saldrán a la venta el próximo 17 de diciembre.
Directed by AlexandLiane
Produced by Jon Adams
Styled by David Bartlett
Dop – Simon Chaudoir
Hair and Makeup- Christian Fritzenwanker
Comissioner – John Moule
Colourist – Pana at Uncle , Berlin
Flame artist – Leon Woods
3D artist – Chris Smallfield
Featuring: Kumru Kodamanoglu, Karolina Zastarskyte, Loren Kemp, Karima Adebibe
Tiga – DJ, singer, producer, radio maverick, man of eight talents — unleashes his brand new single ‘Plush’ December 17th via Different Recordings / PIAS.
Taken from his non-stoppable new mix CD Tiga Non Stop, the single was co-produced by Matthew Dear, starting as a freeform jam session and ending as something that works equally well as an underground club anthem and literally everybody’s track of the year. It also features what Tiga is privately calling his greatest vocal performance to date.
“‘Plush’ was inspired by 80s dance TV shows like Pelvic Gold and The Bandana Patrol, as well as my undying love and respect for the city of Detroit,” says the Montreal musician from his home in Montreal. “It’s the first of what I know will be many collaborations with Matthew Dear, a sort of musical friendship bracelet that will bind us unto eternity.”
As is the custom in contemporary dance music, Tiga handpicked and handpaid UK legend Jacques Lu Cont and German duo Ame (Kristian Beyer & Frank Widermann) to create two remixes of the new track. Drawing on his alleged stint as Madonna’s choreographer, Lu Cont pumps up the tempo for the biggest rooms you could possibly imagine. Meanwhile Ame aims for a more minimal, hypnotic approach, sure to enthrall the geniuses who frequent Germany’s hottest underground dance holes.
One of the most inexhaustibly creative and exhaustingly revered musicians in electronic music, Tiga has consistently garnered as much critical acclaim as anyone could reasonably hope to garner. Two decades deep into his career and going for it like each decade could be his last, he remains a pioneer of the electronic underground.
“This song comes 100% from a universe 1000% my own. I don’t mind being thought of as ‘The Different Guy,’ so long as all the right people love me. And they do, because it’s their right to be right all night, a’ight?”