Since 2010 Fare Soldi are a household name for everyone who loves modern disco stuff. Their obsession about looking for the perfect groove let their remixes (for Duck Sauce, Beyoncé, Congorock, Toro Y Moi among others) rise to reach dancefloors all around the world, released on quality labels like Southern Fried, Ministry of Sound, Kitsuné. As long as their own productions, released on many singles and eps throughout these years, and played by djs like Armand Van Helden, Alan Braxe, The Magician, Dimitri From Paris, A-Trak and many others. And many dancefloors around the world have been rocked by Fare Soldi themselves, in a non stop touring that brought the guys and their famous golden jackets many times in the States, all around Europe and in Asia. After being #1 on Hypemachine.com with their smashing remix for Blackstreet's “No Diggity” at the beginning of 2013, the two italians producers took a long pause to recollect ideas. And here's the result of this work, “Disco Or Die”. 5 tracks to redefine what disco is in 2013. In 2014 the due kept touring around Europe on the wave of remixes for Madonna, Stardust and their version of "Bitch don't kill my vibe" by Kendrick Lamar until the single "Macca & Cheese / Eis Coffee", released at the end of the year.
It's 2015 and the guys are working on new stuff with some big suprises.
If you REALLY like to groove, don't miss them.
• No Diggity rmx just went #1 on Hypem!
didn't download it yet? it's HERE.
• Professione Vacanze preview on Neonized
It's a love thing .. in HERE.
• Deathelectro Fare Soldi exclusive Q&A
Read all the news and all the secrets HERE.
•Casotto review + interview
Read the whole story on Harder Blogger Faster HERE.
Jump Dance Dance - 2.0 (Fare Soldi "Zompa Zompa" rmx)
coming out april 8 via Ministry of Sound! preview HERE.
Salacious Sounds:These dudes have been churning out some of the best contemporary disco music for over ten years now so really, why wouldn’t we love them?
J Radio: These guys are uber-talented and speak awesome
broken English. Remember the name kids, for these guys will be
gracing our shores on festival bills in no time at all.
Too Many Sebastians: Mentalist Italian-Disco-House
Duo Fare Soldi had a Coffee a few weeks ago, the results are like
when Popeye has Spinach except instead of beating some fat guy
with a beard they make remixes.
Binary Entertainment: Fare Soldi rev it up, faster, funkier and chopped like only Fare Soldi do, this one destroys the dance floor, with class. At 2:35 when the beat drops sick like, bass pumping,tempo throbbing….they own you!
Discobelle: The Fare Soldi boys remixes fellow
Italian Congorock and his absolute monster of a track, "Babylon"
which here receives a summery update that has us dancing around
Soundcraves: Check out this Italian crew that's
taken the world by storm this year. fast paced dance electro.
This song seems to be everywhere.
Discodemons: This tune immediately got stuck
on repeat after the first listen, it's just too surprising, tropical
and cheerful to ignore.
S'Il Vous Plait: The FS sound is all about big-time
bouncy, summer-fun vibes, filtered through silky smooth layers
of house rhythms topped up with distorted synths to add a funky
grit, with a traditional on-the-money disco beat keeping your
toes/fingers/heads nodding/tapping/twitching. I live for this
Fare Soldi is the most fun you can have without being naked.
Stoneyroads: with tons of props from the nu-disco
community it's surprising to see fewer accolades then deserving
of the italian duo. Injecting flavour and funk into every production
will hopefully see a successful career in making peoples lives
oh that much more sweeter.
Tracasseur: the guys seem as hard to pinpoint
as their music, evidenced by the philosophical question "to
pump or not to pump"
Audioporn: atomic 'n superpumpin!
Playmakers playground: It's always a party when
the Fare Soldi are at the controls. Yes they deliver, bring you
the instant slab-bass funk, maximized for full dancefloor potential!
Trash Menagerie: Fare Soldi are from Italy and
they are among the few that have survived the storm that Crookers,
Bloody Beetroots and the likes have unleashed. Fare Soldi bravely
still hold the flag of italo disco high.