Burns and Fred Falke ‘Y.S.L.M. (YOU STOPPED LOVING ME)’
Written by Michael
October 12, 2010 2:28 pm
Crossing Burns with Fred Falke is a match made in heaven. An on point example of disco house circa 2010, ‘Y.S.L.M. (You Stopped Loving Me)’ is the result of collaborative studio sessions in Falke’snative Toulouse. Originally premiered on Radio 1, the single is now signed to Deconstruction and showing all the hallmarks of a substantial crossover.
Having built his reputation with a series of stunning remixes and stand-out EPs, the last being the much-blogged ‘So Many Nights’ release, BURNS has emerged as one of the UK’s most intriguing new artists, with an impressive array of supporters ranging from Aeroplane, A Trak and Annie Mac to Pete Tong, Calvin Harris, Soulwax, the Ed Banger crew and beyond. BURNS also wrote and produced a track on Kelis’ recent album, and his remix CV includes the likes of The Gossip, Empire Of The Sun, Ladyhawke, Wolfmother, Calvin Harris, Passion Pit, Kasabian, Dizzee Rascal, and many more.
Released to rave reviews earlier this summer, ‘This Is BURNS – European Sex Music’, was BURNS’ first compilation and a soundtrack to his recent life on the road (numerous UK, US, and Australian tours with highlights including Glastonbury, Space Ibiza, Ibiza Rocks, Oxegen, Together, and the Big Chill).
Fred Falke is the French producer extraordinaire who’s built up one of the most enviable discographies in electronic music. Independently, and as part of the Xenomania writing team, he’s worked with the likes of Goldfrapp, Kelis, Pet Shop Boys and Mini Viva. Fred continues to be an in-demand remixer, having recently reworked Robyn, Example, Florrie, La Roux, The Gossip and White Lies.
Remixes for ‘Y.S.L.M. (You Stopped Loving Me)’ come from Burns, Linus Loves, Treasure Fingers, and Rynecoligist.