Album Review: Felix Cartal - Different Faces

By Ravi in DJ News, DJ's, EDM, EDM News
Thursday, April 5, 2012, 1:59pm. (Updated: 4/05/12 at 2:17pm) Add comments

Rising electro DJ/producer Felix Cartal recently dropped his Different Faces album. The work is a seamless blend of electronica, techno and electro house.

The Canadian born star’s brand new production for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label comes fresh off the heels of his latest hit single “Don’t Turn On the Lights” feat. Polina. The release marks the launch of his upcoming two-month tour.

Different Faces reflects Cartal’s signature electronica sound. “Higher” feat. New Ivory is sure to be a fan favorite electro tune with expressive vocals and a thumping vibe with an alternative feel. “City of Love” is a sexy addition with smooth vocals by Katrino Noorbergen, and “Domo” is the cutting edge feel-good melody of the album.

From the catchy intro on “Tonight” to the trippy Alice in Wonderland feel of “Life is a Sinewave,” every track on the album has something different to offer. The vocals on each track of Different Faces are essential elements to the tunes, a rarity in most EDM albums.

Also featured on Different Faces are Miss Palmer (from the hit “No Beef” with Afrojack and Steve Aoki) and Sebastien Grainger on “H.U.N.T.”

“It’s been the last year of my life kind of putting this thing together, the record’s basically all that’s going on in my life. I want people to remember it, and hopefully it means something to them.”

– Felix in an interview with MTV

Review by Zoe Disselkoen

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