NEW YORK, NY
â€“ Direct from â€œthe funnest DJs in the universeâ€ comes the blazing-hot E.P. by the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARS, FREAK ON YOU (Magik Muzik).
This long-awaited E.P. includes mouth-watering remixes of hip MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARS singles,
including the blistering new dubstep remix of â€œTake Me Overâ€ featuring Scarlett Quinn,
a single thatâ€™s climbed the radio charts on Sirius XMâ€™s â€˜BPMâ€™ dance music station and received support from radio stations worldwide.
Tantalizingly, the FREAK ON YOU E.P. also contains four brand-new, road-tested and dancefloor-proven tracks
guaranteed to light the night on fire, including â€œDance With You,â€ â€œWe Donâ€™t Have To Take Our Clothes Off,â€ â€œHappy Pandaâ€ and â€œMake My Body Move.â€
As the clamoring crowds on the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARSâ€™ nonstop string of live shows illustrate, this DJ duo knows what works on a dancefloor.
The pulsating, sultry beats of â€œTake Me Overâ€ elicit smiles as the catchy hook and radio-friendly chord progressions soak the senses.
The Radio Edit has steadily climbed the charts, of course,
but itâ€™s the Bingo Players Remix that pumps the underground energy up a notch and warps the song into a dancefloor missile.
Beware the J Flash & Tyler Blue Dubstep Mix, however, which ultimately twists this huge pop tune into a searing, vicious, dubstep track full of devastating power.
â€œDance With Youâ€ goes deeper into the house realm, with Molly Cottrellâ€™s rich vocals offering the perfect foil to the lusty bassline and classic 4/4 beat.
â€œSeriousâ€ featuring Selina Albright moves along the same deep-house vein,
and the Radio Edit is as tight as the Calvin Harris Remix is trippy, the latter accentuating the bassline into an impossibly expansive landscape.
Albright returns triumphantly on â€œWe Donâ€™t Have To Take Our Clothes Off,â€ a hair-raising cover of the 1986 hit by Jermaine Stewart,
replete with a thick, tribal beat triggering clubbers into an ecstatic frenzy.
â€œHappy Pandaâ€ is a piece-de-resistance of the E.P., a fat and deliciously gooey 4/4 track created for peak-time in the mainroom.
â€œDrunk Textâ€ featuring Lea Luna is a sexy, spoken-word gem recounting that modern tech phenomenon club-goers all experience, set to a hypnotic rhythm and mesmerizing synth line.
The Save The Robot Remix of â€œAngry Circus,â€ the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARSâ€™ first release, epitomizes the high-energy,
fun-loving vibe of MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARSâ€™ live performances and comes out winning.
For DJs and fans alike, FREAK ON YOU is a must-have collection of knockout club tunes!
With a packed calendar of live shows, bus tours and festival dates, the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARS have come a long way since establishing their act in 2006.
Based in Denver, Colorado, the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARS are BRADLEY ROULIER and SHAWN SABO; co-founder and founding member of BEATPORT,
and original employee and current member, respectively.
As co-owner of award-winning BETA Nightclub in Denver, ROULIER also has a long history in the EDM scene as a successful promoter.
SABO toured the nation as a drum-and-bass DJ/producer with more than 20 commercial vinyl releases under his belt before his current incarnation.
As the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARS, ROULIER and SABO are constantly in-demand (as their tour schedule attests),
playing festivals (i.e. Identity Fest, Electric Daisy Carnival, Nocturnal Wonderland, Red Rocks/Global Dance, Lief Festival, etc.)
and the worldâ€™s top nightclubs (i.e. XS Club at the Wynn in Las Vegas; Fluxx and Voyeur in San Diego;
Lavo, Pacha and Greenhouse in New York; Playhouse in Los Angeles, etc.) with no end in sight.
Theyâ€™ve even played at the Kennedy Space Center in Washington DC and at a private event celebrating the inaugural launch of the Virgin Galactic space port.
Twenty-twelve is already packing-out with club dates throughout North America, Europe and beyond.
One thingâ€™s for certain, when the MANUFACTURED SUPERSTARS take the stage, the party is out of this world!