The Killers recommend Sneaky Sound System

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Fresh from picking up the support slot at Tiesto’s forthcoming London concert in Victoria Park with Calvin Harris, it seems Australia’s finest electro-pop exports Sneaky Sound System are continuing to win fans in high places with Brandon Flowers – lead singer of The Killers – personally recommending them to Stuart Price.

Why is this significant? Price produced The Killers’ most recent album Day & Age, and worked with Madonna on her Confessions on a Dance Floor album. He’s also forged himself a respected identity under a variety of pseudonyms, including Jacques Lu Cont, Les Rythmes Digitales and the Thin White Duke. Price evidently liked what he heard when Brandon turned him on to the band, as he put himself forward to remix Sneaky’s latest international release It’s Not My Problem.

Sneaky’s continued quest for global domination shows no signs of slowing down in the coming months, with a summer packed with European festival dates including Global Gathering, Wireless and Isle of Wight, as well as several appearances at Erick Morillo’s Subliminal night at Pacha Ibiza.

It’s Not My Problem is released internationally on June 29th, you can check out the Thin White Duke’s remix below:

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campbellt said on the 25th May, 2009

As much as i dislike Sneaky Sound System it's good to see the Australian performers hitting the internations relm! Good for them. :)


mattpolo8 said on the 25th May, 2009

yeah with campbell. not a big fan tho i like certain remixes, but they're doing good for the aussie contingent.


bkinluvwithsound said on the 25th May, 2009

Glad to see Australian talent going global but I still can't understand what Tiesto was possibly thinking...


tylerj23 said on the 25th May, 2009

Who would pay attention to what the fellow from The Killers says anyway?


cassachan said on the 25th May, 2009

would anyone else like a bite of banality


S2333 said on the 25th May, 2009

I don't mind Sneaky Sound System but I am glad Australia is doing well in Electro - Pop and Techno overseas.


KEEK said on the 25th May, 2009

tiesto, sss and the killers all suck fat balls


djbricksta said on the 27th May, 2009

Well done to Sneaky. Stuart is the man at the moment, production machine and good shit too


BMoney said on the 29th May, 2009

Good on 'em!! I think Stuart has past his prime, but still a talented man.