MSTRKRFT NEW SINGLE
”LET ME SEE YOU MOVE”
OUT TODAY, OCTOBER 4 ON mau5trap
TRACK TO APPEAR ON EP
’SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE’ DUE OUT OCTOBER 18
NEW MSTRKRFT TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED
Electronic music producers MSTRKRFT (Jesse F. Keeler and Al-P) have joined forces with fellow Canadian deadmau5 for the release of their newest single “Let Me See You Move.” Out today (October 4) on deadmau5’ mau5trap imprint, the song will be featured on an EP titled Sunshine Of MY Life set for release, October 18.
Listen to “Let Me See You Move” now HERE.
“Let Me See You Move” is one of four raw techno tracks to be featured on the EP. Expect the MSTRKRFT treatment meant for big rooms & big dancefloors for the very first time MSTRKRFT and mau5trap are releasing music together.
To support the incoming music, MSTRKRFT will be joining deadmau5 on several of his cubev3 tour dates in Phoenix, San Jose, Orlando, Huston, Washington D.C., Seattle, Boston, and New York City as well as headline their own shows in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Portland with more dates to be added.
All dates follow here:
MSTRKRFT (pronounced “master kraft”) are the alter ego of Death from Above 1979’s Jesse F. Keeler along with producer Al-P. Hailing from Toronto, the duo makes a move from DFA 1979’s abrasive rock to robotic electronic complete with vocoders and handclaps. In addition to releasing two singles (“Easy Love” and “Work on You”) and an LP in July 2006 on Last Gang Records, MSTRKRFT have remixed several buzz bands such as Metric, Wolfmother, the Kills, and Bloc Party. As their profile grew (and their album was re-released by Modular) they also began remixing bigger names like Kylie Minogue, Usher, and John Legend, as well as more pop-learning artists like Annie and Jesse McCartney. For their second album, 2009’s Fist of God, the duo jumped to Dim Mak/Downtown and scored guest appearances from Ghostface Killah and E-40. The album spawned two hits with John Legend (“Heartbreaker”) and N.O.R.E (“Bounce”). A DFA reunion would keep KEELER busy in the years between MSTRKRFT releases, and the duo would not appear until 2016 when they released their third effort Operator. The duo currently have stripped down pure techno sound and are busy releasing new singles on their own new imprint, Oro Records.