‘Falling Star’ is the first release from Kris Menace´s forthcoming Album ‘Electric Horizon’. The fêted producer’s debut single for 2012, sees the German house meister back in regal form. ‘Falling Star’, crash lands this spring on Menace’s own label Compuphonic and is a precursor for what could be one of the most hotly tipped future house albums this year. Kris explains: “Listening to this track is like being pulled through the stars by your heart with your eyes closed. I wanted to create a space odyssey, opening your mind and taking you far away into another world.” Menace has also roped in legendary London based visual DJ dons, Hexstatic, to put together a live visual video for a truly out of the world experience.
Menace’s unique take on house has seen him remix the likes of Depeche Mode, LCD Soundsystem, Air, Booka Shade and even Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams. Kris' acclaimed releases like ‘Discopolis’ or side projects like ‘Black Van’, have been signed to some of the most influential labels around like DFA, Permanent Vacation and Vulture. Compuphonic is an electronic music record label owned and founded by Kris Menace in 2005. Releases include the three CD ‘Idiosyncrasies’ album and 12” cuts like ‘Voyager’, ‘Streamroller’, ‘Stereophonic’ and ‘Jupiter’ brought the label support by some of the biggest DJs in the world, including Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Soulwax, Boys Noize, David Guetta and Aeroplane. In 2006, ‘Jupiter’ became one of the most downloaded tracks on the electronic music platform, Beatport. Links below: