During the hot Belgian Summer of 2011, out of
the dark and into the blue, a boy and a girl collide to create Shindu.
True Flemings Chibi and Christopher exploded on to the electronic dance
scene with their debut EP ‘Happy House’, which had a solid release on
renowned French labelKitsuné.
Shindu rapidly were called a new and refreshing synthpopsensation,
dreaming up stories to create jaunty yet clever tracks drenched in late 80s
electronica and atmospherics.
As every tale has its beginning, so does this dynamic
duo. Chris started out as a dj with a repertory mainly consisting
of miscellaneous electro and pop digressions. Minds tend to change
and so did his ambition to aim for a higher level of music perception.
Along the journey roaming different venues, clubs,
studios, radio shows and meeting industry big shots over the years, the time
felt right to reinvent himself. Merging with Shindu’s leading lady Chibi, meant
creating electronic pop chemistry. She carries Shindu’s vocals on a carpet of
These music makers deliver tracks in their typical
unrestrained and spontaneous way, whether it’s in the studio or behind
decks, they always bear happiness and love wherever they go.
Shindu literally means a celebration with friends,
a drive along sunny roads, shorelessly being yourself in a continuous loop…
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in Last Gas Station: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in After Hours In Tokio: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in Harder Blogger Faster: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in Y Este Finde Que: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in Electro Boogie Encounter: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in We Are Noise: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in Wonky Sensitive: Read
'Shindu x Hammer - Invisible' featured in LeFreak C'est Chic: Read
Shindu - Just Go (Plaisir de France Remix) is the opening track of Lifelike's December mix: Listen
Shindu - Just Go (Reflex Remix) is featured in Penguin Prison's 'Happy Holidays 2012 Mix' : Listen Shindu - Just Go (Cyclist Remix) listed in Jerry Bouthier's 'Catwalk Mix' exclusively for Voluume: Listen Review 'Just Go Pt. 2' by ThinkSoul25: Read
The first '100% Continental Records by Jerry Bouthier' compilation cd is available NOW, exclusively at colette Paris !
Featuring tracks and remixes by us, among others, our label friends Reflex, Cyclist, JBAG London, Mannequine, Kill The Hero, RüFüS, Adamski ...
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We made an upbeat rework of one of PIXIES’ übermost intriguing songs, called ‘Gouge Away’! And it’s here and yours to get:
Special thanks to sensei SIMØNE for doing an excellent mastering job and our buddy Mats Van Eccelpoel (matsvaneccelpoel.tumblr.com) for delivering sharp graphics!!