TIGA Drops New Track “BUGATTI” (feat. Pusha T)- Remix EP Out December 9th 

TigaMontreal dance veteran, Tiga, is back and he’s ready to share his latest offering – Bugatti. Tiga recently revealed an alternative version of the new single, which features vocals from Pusha T. Stream the track here and watch the video. Division Paris and Director Helmi take the track from the club to the screen with a montage of peculiar situations to go along with the hypnotic beat of the track. The original, and Pusha T version will be officially released on November 18th and are available for pre-order here now.

The song has already been making a splash, with Stella McCartney using the track in her Paris Fashion Week show, and the Pusha T version being featured in GQ’s weekly playlist, Digital Spy’s 10 Tracks You Need To Hear This Month, and charting in the Top 10 on both Hype Machine’s twitter and Dance charts. The Bugatti remix EP will be released on December 9th via Mad Decent, and features official remixes of the track by Eats Everything, Amine Edge & Dance, Lifesim, Doorly and more, plus an additional Zed Bias dub of the Pusha T version.

One of the most inexhaustibly creative and revered musicians in electronic music, Montreal-born Tiga has consistently garnered critical acclaim. Two decades deep into his career and going stronger than ever, he remains a pioneer of the electronic underground. An unparalleled resumé that includes two solo albums (‘Sexor’ and ‘Ciao!’), singles such as ‘Sunglasses at Night’, ‘Pleasure from the Bass’, ‘You Gonna Want Me’ and numerous collaborative projects – including his work with Zombie Nation under the ZZT monikor, Jake Shears, James Murphy – and remixes for the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Soulwax, Depeche Mode, Friendly Fires, and The XX has ensured that he remains one of the most inexhaustibly creative and respected musicians in dance music. Not to mention that, as the head of Turbo Recordings label, he has been the driving force behind stellar releases from the likes of Chromeo, Gesaffelstein, Azari & III and Boys Noize.




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