Each Friday the CODE crew comes to you with their favorite dance tracks of the week. Listen to the cuts below, and see what this week’s CODERs have to say.
Yolanda Be Cool: "Sweat Naked" (Etienne de Crécy remix) [Dim Mak]
After creating one of the biggest crossover hits in the past few years, 2010 collaboration with DCUP "We Speak No Americano," Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool hosted a press conference in October 2012 issuing a recall. The asked DJs to stop playing the song because “the beats were no longer fresh” and the song had been “grossly overplayed.” The duo is back in the spotlight with a brand new album, “Ladies and Mentalmen,” released on Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records in June. The album showcases a variety of different music styles, ranging from catchy melodies to dark underground sounds. Several of the album's tracks have a ‘90s classic house influence, including their latest single, "Sweat Naked." The remix package, released this week, includes a unique nu-disco version by legendary French producer Etienne de Crécy, best known for his innovative Super Discount project. De Crécy's remix features synth bassline that could be mistaken for a futuristic version of the Pet Shop Boys classic "West End Girls," paired with some infectious percussion that makes you want to put on a jean jacket, roll up your sleeves, and dance.