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|PRAISE FOR ANNA LUNOE|
“Anna Lunoe is a powerhouse everyone can agree on”
“Quite possibly the hardest working woman in electronic music”
“Big Lunoe energy is today’s energy”
“Lunoe has solidified herself as one of the most trusted selectors and
tastemakers in global dance music”
“One of the most consistently innovative players in the house music game”
“Leaves you hungry for more”
Following the release of her long-awaited EP Saturday Love,Anna Lunoe today presents an accompanying remix EP, Saturday Love (Remixes), alongside a music video for ‘Saturday Love (feat. Lulu Be.)‘. LISTEN HERE + WATCH HERE.
In her third EP, we saw Anna reconnect with the club sound she is known for, with a heightened depth and intuition. Providing a dance space with a narrative that’s not regularly on display, Anna enlists a “melting pot of sounds” from Justin Jay, Danny Goliger, Sam Alfred, Bianca Oblivion, Loods and Open Till L8′, sharing that these remixes are “very reflective of the world I want these songs to live in and what excites me about dance music in general!”.
The EP’s title track serves up a bright and punchy makeover from Justin Jay and Danny Goliger, and Sam Alfred lends ‘Like Me‘ a self-described “happy club rework”. Bianca Oblivion turns the sultry ‘Double Dip‘ into an explosive dembow-infused tune, with intricate percussion and vocal chops.
Loods gives ‘Alright’ a “big beat” remix and turns it into a smooth, bass-driven house track that accentuates Anna’s playful synths. The EP then rounds out with Open Till L8’s remix of ‘Peach Fuzz (feat. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)’. Best put in Anna’s words, the track is “reimagined into some no-frills party business”.
Alongside the release, Anna has also dropped the official music video for ‘Saturday Love (feat. Lulu Be.)‘, directed by Chantel Beam and shot at Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco.
With singles ‘Double Dip’, ‘Like Me’ and ‘Alright‘ amassing over 2 million streams across all platforms, Anna has also landed radio support from triple j, Capital Dance, Diplo’s Revolution, FBi Radio, BBC6, KIIS FM andeditorial acclaim from the likes of NME, Billboard, Sniffers, Music Feeds, Purple Sneakers and Stoney Roads amongst others. This week also sees the return of her curation platform Hyperhouse to Apple Music. Anna still finds the time to deliver the next-level DJ sets that made her a festival favourite, having just returned from the US, packing her stage at Outsidelands and Splendour in the Grass. Anna will be making appearances at Australia’s Festival X and Falls Festival lineups this summer, playing alongside the likes of Calvin Harris, Megan Thee Stallion, Tsha, Pinkpantheress and more.
To celebrate the release of Saturday Love, Anna recently announced a special edition merch drop and 12″ vinyl release, both of which can be pre-ordered HERE.
Saturday Love (Remixes) by Anna Lunoe is out now, buy/stream here
Saturday Love (feat. Lulu Be.) (Justin Jay & Danny Goliger Remix)
Double Dip (Bianca Oblivion remix)
Alright (Loods Remix)
Like Me (Sam Alfred Remix)
Peach Fuzz (feat. T.E.E.D) (Open Till L8 Remix)
Sat Nov 26 – Festival X – Naarm / Melbourne
Sun Nov 27 – Festival X – Yugambeh / Gold Coast
Fri Dec 2 – Festival X – Kaurna / Adelaide
Sat Dec 3 – Festival X – Eora / Sydney
Sun Dec 4 – Festival X – Whadjuk Nyoongar / Perth
Thu Dec 29 – Falls Festival – Naarm / Melbourne
Sat Dec 31 – Falls Festival – Arakwal / Byron Bay
Sat Jan 7 – Falls Festival – Walyalup / Fremantle
ABOUT ANNA LUNOE
After bubbling up in the early-2000s blog house era of the Sydney club scene where every genre was on the table, world-renowned DJ, producer, vocalist and radio host Anna Lunoe honed her sound on the American festival circuit. If Australia was DJ high school, then the USA was her DJ university. The next near-decade of her life saw Anna smashing through the glass ceiling as the first woman to play the main stage of EDC, sweating out hundreds of underground clubs, and curating her own month-long tours across America.
2019 was easily the biggest year of Anna’s career to date. The first single from her Right Party EP ‘303’ became one of the most played songs by DJs on 1001 Tracklists, and the title track ‘Right Party’ found itself with full rotation on Australia’s own triple j. She packed out the Sahara tent at Coachella for the third time in her career, secured a massive Vegas residency, hosted Red Bull’s Remix Lab series, played festivals in Europe, Asia, the USA and Australia – all while hosting her flagship weekly danceXL radio show on Apple Music.