Future Hit: The Avener’s European Smash “Fade Out Lines” Gets An American Release

Mike Wass | January 28, 2015 5:07 pm
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The Avener‘s self-titled EP finally arrived in America last week via Republic Records. It includes the French DJ’s global smash “Fade Out Lines,” which has already wreaked havoc on charts across Europe and Australia. With similarly low-key Euro-house anthems (Robin Schulz‘s remixes of “Waves” and “Prayer In C” spring to mind) doing damage on the Billboard Hot 100, the chance of Tristan Casara (his real name) repeating that success stateside has to be fairly high.

A deep house remix of an obscure Phoebe Killdeer & The Short Straws track called “The Fade Out Line,” The Avener’s earworm is as French as a thickly buttered baguette with its chic synths, sexy vocal and less-is-more approach. The result is brooding dance anthem that works just as well in a club or blasting from the car radio on your way to work. Watch the distinctly European video up top and see the rising producer’s EP tracklist after the jump.

The Avener EP tracklist:
1. The Avener & Phoebe Killdeer — Fade Out Lines (The Avener Rework)
2. The Avener ft. Rodriguez — Hate Street Dialogue
3. The Avener — Panama
4. The Avener ft. Ane Brun — To Let Myself Go

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