Teen Daze – “What We Love” Mix

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Just in time for Friday night, some hazy, lovely, house in the French style from Teen Daze. The fifty-one minute mix features cuts from Robyn, Beyonce, Fred Falk and, of course, Daft Punk, and has been released in honor of his new tour, which starts in February. He’ll be touring with XXYYXX, which should make for some nights of excellent dancing for those of you who get a chance to see the show. Hit the soundcloud and get down.

Tracklist:
Malvoeaux – Sunsets
Beyonce – Broken-Hearted Girl (Alan Braxe Dub Remix)
Cour Vette – At Night (Demo)
The Twelves – Night Vision (Daft Punk Cover)
Lifelike – Sunset
Daft Punk – Voyager
Robyn – Dancing On My Own (Fred Falke Club Mix)
Together – Together
Fred Falke – 808 PM At The Beach
Daft Punk – Revolution 909

Dates: (with XXYYXX)
02/21/13 – Brooklyn, NY – 285 Kent
02/22/13 – Chicago, IL – Schubas Tavern
02/23/13 – New Orleans, LA – Hi-Ho Lounge
02/24/13 – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
02/26/13 – Los Angeles, CA – TBA
02/27/13 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
02/28/13 – San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
03/01/13 – Portland, OR – Holocene
03/02/13 – Seattle, WA – Rebar

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