Goldfrapp releases their latest intoxicating single, “Believer”, on September 7th via Mute Records, following the standout singles “Rocket” and “Alive”, from the fantastical journey that is the Head First album. “Believer” comes with a scintillating remix package, collecting mixes by Vince Clarke, Subway, Joris Voorn and Davide Rossi.

Goldfrapp, always a band to immerse themselves in the colorful glories of multimedia, has come up with Goldfrapp Pinball, a brand new iPhone App. It’s a 3D pinball game which allows you, dear player, to remix Goldfrapp’s music as you play. The App contains samples from Goldfrapp’s album Head First. A mere tap of the finger on the iPhone screen sends the ball on its way and runs it “through an imaginary urban environment with towering skyscrapers.”  The ball collides with objects, and voila!, different sound samples are triggered to created a new remix every time you play. The App was created by Goldfrapp and Corporation Pop.

“Believer” Track List:

1.     Believer (Radio Edit)

2.     Believer (Joris Voorn Remix)

3.     Believer (Joris Voorn Dub)

4.     Believer (Vince Clarke Remix)

5.     Believer (Vince Clarke Remix (edit))

6.     Believer (Little Loud Remix)

7.     Believer (Subway Remix)

8.     Believer (Davide Rossi Reinterpretation)

 
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  2. The Remiix team continues our quest into the foray of mobile music making apps. Is pinball music to some people’s ears? Goldfrapp would probably say yes!

    Check out our take on the Goldfrapp pinball app at at http://blog.remiix.net/?p=236

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