Cosmic Boys - French People (Original Mix)
The track itself is a driving, hypnotic journey through pulsating beats and soaring synths. The repeating vocal sample of "French people" is catchy and fun, and the layers of percussion build and build throughout the track. It's a perfect example of the kind of high-energy, danceable techno that Cosmic Boys are known for.
This track is just one of many great tunes on their album, "Infinity", which is packed with even more sonic delights. From the moody darkness of "Exoplanet" to the acid-fueled frenzy of "Phoenix", every track on the album is a treat for techno lovers.
If you're a fan of "French People" and want to explore more music in this vein, here are four other tracks you might enjoy:
- "Drone" by Adam Beyer, Layton Giordani, & Green Velvet – This track is a little darker and more ominous than "French People", but it has a similar sense of urgency and momentum.
- "Modular Baptism" by Amelie Lens – Amelie Lens is another rising star in the techno world, and her track "Modular Baptism" is a thumping, driving powerhouse of a tune.
- "Division" by Pleasurekraft – This track has a bit more of a house vibe than "French People", but the insistent bassline and hypnotic synths will get you moving all the same.
- "Cache" by Pan-Pot – Pan-Pot are legends in the techno world, and "Cache" is a perfect example of their expertly crafted, groove-heavy sound.