LA Priest shares "What Moves" (Soulwax remix)

LA Priest shares "What Moves" (Soulwax remix)

Following the release of his recent album GENE, LA Priest has enlisted the legendary Belgian duo, Soulwax to deliver the remix treatment for “What Moves”. With the original racking up over a million streams globally, plus reaching playlist status at both BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6Music, Soulwax have injected their trademark up-beat synth-work to “What Moves”, solidifying the track’s deep earworm status. 



GENE was released to widespread acclaim earlier in 2020, arriving four years after the iconoclast variously known as Sam Eastgate, Sam Dust and LA Priest thrilled the world with the cosmic pop of his debut album Inji. The album - the namesake of a brand-new analogue drum machine created especially to make the record – is the product of Eastgate’s nomadic travels across California, Wales and England’s south coast.

LA Priest will be on the road this Autumn, playing alongside Gene for the first time.
30th September - La Maroquinerie, Paris
1st October – Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing, France
2nd October – Rotonde, Brussels, Belgium
8th October – Headrow House, Leeds, UK
9th October – Broadcast, Glasgow, UK
10th October – YES, Manchester, UK
12th October – Exchange, Bristol, UK
13th October – Green Door Store, Brighton, UK
15th October – Oval Space, London, UK
17th October – The Grand Social, Dublin, Ireland
28th October – Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
30th – 31st October - London Calling Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands
14th November – Baby’s Alright, New York, US
15th November – Empty Bottle, Chicago, US
17th November – Barboza, Seattle, US
Tickets can be found at - www.earthwindow.org

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LA Priest GENE

Album | 5th June 2020

Arriving four years after the iconoclast variously known as Sam Dust, LA PRIEST and L.A. Priest thrilled the world with the cosmic pop of his debut album Inji, GENE is named after a brand new modular drum machine Sam dreamt up and built alone. Working in isolation for more than two years, soldering iron in hand, Sam designed GENE using 150 electrical circuits he made up himself. 

Tracklisting

  • 1Beginning
  • 2Rubber Sky
  • 3What Moves
  • 4Peace Lily
  • 5Open My Eyes
  • 6Sudden Thing
  • 7Monochrome
  • 8What Do You See
  • 9Kissing of the Weeds
  • 10Black Smoke
  • 11Ain't No Love Affair (Vinyl Edit)

LA Priest GENE

Album | 5th June 2020

Arriving four years after the iconoclast variously known as Sam Dust, LA PRIEST and L.A. Priest thrilled the world with the cosmic pop of his debut album Inji, GENE is named after a brand new modular drum machine Sam dreamt up and built alone. Working in isolation for more than two years, soldering iron in hand, Sam designed GENE using 150 electrical circuits he made up himself. 

Tracklisting

  • 1Beginning
  • 2Rubber Sky
  • 3What Moves
  • 4Peace Lily
  • 5Open My Eyes
  • 6Sudden Thing
  • 7Monochrome
  • 8What Do You See
  • 9Kissing of the Weeds
  • 10Black Smoke
  • 11Ain't No Love Affair (Vinyl Edit)
Buy Now