Time Out Tokyo Interview

Time Out Tokyo

From humble beginnings DJing in the back room at a pop club in Boston, Soul Clap have turned into a globe-trotting disco powerhouse. Whether they’re reworking R Kelly and Chris Isaak into slow-burning house anthems, spinning marathon six-hour club sets or cranking out throwback ’80s funk productions of their own (check last year’s EFUNK The Album), the duo’s Charles ‘Cnyce’ Levine and Eli ‘Elyte’ Goldstein have barely faltered in their mission to keep things slow, sexy and fun. ‘It’s always been about keeping music and emotion in dance music,’ says Eli when Time Out calls him at home, ahead of Soul Clap’s trip to Japan for the Hacienda Oiso Festival 2013 – and only a day after the bombing of the Boston Marathon…

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