Oscar The Punk - Cherry (On My Trifle)

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London based Oscar The Punk will launch on to the Electro scene on 7th September 2009 with the release of the debut single on Applause, Cherry (On My Trifle). The track features celebrated graffiti artist and rapper Remdog, a.k.a. Rough (front man of UK Hip Hop collective The Reptiles). It draws influences from classic dark 80’s pop with a nod towards the synth-laden productions of The Human League and Depeche Mode - a perfect introduction to the duo's fusion of retro and 21st Century electro clash. The release will include 3 mixes: the Original Version, Remdog’s ‘In Need Of Repair’ Remix and the Oscar The Punk Remix. Remdog serves up a quirky, beat laden affair, taking the track in a more leftfield direction, while Oscar delivers a straight up, minimal Hip Hop/Electro mix to complete the package. Oscar The Punk is already established as a remixer and has been working with the likes of MIA, Robyn, Gwen Stefani, Moby, Roisin Murphy and The Dead 60s for the past two years. Cherry (On My Trifle) will be distributed by Kudos Digital to all major and specialist download sites from 20th July 2009. A limited run of 7” vinyl will be available with a free numbered print of Rough’s artwork.


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