Oliver just released, “Chemicals” featuring MNDR, the newest single from the upcoming “Full Circle” album. It will make you wanna dance. This single definitely made me smile even though it is Monday.
“Chemicals” is the third single released from the L.A.-based dance duo’s upcoming debut album “Full Circle,” which will be released by Interscope Records on August 25th. The previous singles were “Heart Attack,” featuring De La Soul, and “Electrify,” which has racked up over 1.8 million Spotify streams and was included on the soundtrack to the EA Sports’ FIFA 17.
Billboard said: “Full Circle is a 10-track journey through space and time. It’s got the shine of ’70s glamour and funk with the sci-fi tech of ’80s dance and plenty of 2017 attitude. It sticks close to Oliver’s philosophy of timelessness, because if you’re going to write an LP, the last thing you want it to be is disposable. …. There’s a touch of old-school electro here, a bit of R&B there, but it all blends beautifully into one, forward-moving, danceable groove.”
Brought together in 2010 by a shared love of production, vinyl, vintage music gear, and modern art & design, Vaughn Oliver and Oliver “Oligee” Goldstein established their sonic prowess on EPs “Dirty Talk” (2012), “Mechanical” (2013), and “Light Years Away” (2014). Their music — sleek, smart, and relentlessly propulsive — was embraced by Busy P, Justice, Destructo, French house legend Lifelike, and A-Trak, who dropped “Mechanical” and “Light Years Away,” plus the collaborative 2013 track “Zamboni,” on his venerable Fool’s Gold label. While Oliver’s reputation rose with the surging force of the international EDM scene, the duo played mega-festivals with such titans as Zedd, Dillon Francis, and Chromeo, while their tracks became dancefloor weapons in the underground venues of their home base of Los Angeles and beyond.