Kitsuné Musique is pleased to announce the third installment of Café Kitsuné Mix by acclaimed Australian DJ / producer Young Franco due this summer. Adhering to the Kitsuné template of showcasing new and upcoming talent, Young Franco draws on a myriad of genres from house, disco, synth-pop, afro-jazz and funk.
The previous two Café Kitsuné Mixes by Pat Lok and Jerry Bouthier respectively, garnered millions of streams and support from Mixmag, Tsugi and Trax Magazine.
The new mix sees Young Franco put together a well crafted, thought provoking selection perfect for lazy summer days.
He says: “I wanted to create a laidback, ambient atmosphere and infuse it with lush and vibrant sounds. This mix will take your mind off your busy life while and letting you have the perfect unique moment, sipping a coffee at the Café Kitsuné terrace in Palais Royal, Paris”.
On the menu this summer: the early notes of Courage’s laid-back electronics will get you in the mood, followed by the dazing electronica curtesy of Pastel, the Afro-Jazz from Tribeqa remixed by Lawyer and Millionyoung’s tropical soundscapes.
Head’s up to Castelle chromatic universe, that will nicely be followed by Twin Theory that you might have heard on Kitsuné Musique already, and Tyde’s kaleidoscopic music approach.
The Café Kitsuné Mix also brings flavours from all over the world, from the funky Indonesian vibes of Andiru to Close Counter’s Tasmanian fusion of disco, electronic and jazz, while showcasing the polished universe of Danish-Canadian artist Rhye remixed by Tensnake, French mysterious Domenique Dumont, and Seoulite dreamy synth-pop Neon Bunny.
Stay cool in the heat with the delicious touch of ambient electronic sounds by Conrad Clifton, CAPYAC and their surreal dance, tourdefance’s lo-fi house and Lenny De Luca blissful mixture of influences flipped by Boki.
The artwork for the new Café Kitsuné Mix will be displayed on all cups sold at Café Kitsuné and will be aired across all the Cafés in Paris, Seoul and Tokyo.