Solé Fixtape Vol. 14 Zimmer June 28 2013



Feel like escaping reality for an hour?  No problem, your pals at Solé Bicycles have got ya covered.  We've called upon our Cali-Parisian confidant to put together the first official Fixtape of the Summer.  Combining forces with his own mixtape series, Zimmer, outdoes himself yet again and composes an hour-long summer anthem, exclusively for you.  We're pretty sure summer is actually the only thing this guy thinks about -- even his winter mixtapes make you wanna fake drown yourself just so you can trick Wendy Peffercorn into kissing you.  

But seriously, after you read this post and download the Fixtape, you need to immediately shut your computer, grab your shades and your best mate and head straight for the nearest gathering of radness.  "But Solé, where is the nearest gathering of radness?" Fear not, young radness seeker, the Fixtape will be your guide.  It will steer you towards the only destination it knows.  



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More about Zimmer:

Zimmer’s music is a feel good, body-warming and enthusiastic wave that goes straight to the heart and stays until the end of the night. Growing up between France and California, this young producer is a gentle combination of both worlds: west coast carefree attitude with a twist of parisian chic.  Call it horizontal disco or elegant funk, he’s all about groove, with influences ranging from Ben E. King to Midnight Star. His favorite contemporary producers include Aeroplane, Moullinex, or Alan Braxe.  When not producing, he also DJs in low-ceiling clubs and fancy parties. He cultivates the art of mixing à la Larry Levan, playing from 100 to 125 bpm.  Check out his first realease out on Discotexas, Cruisin’, a slow disco jam that takes you straight to summer time.  Since his debut single "Cruisin" on Discotexas, Zimmer came a long way. His music has been supported by Bag Raiders, Moullinex, RAC, Goldroom and more. He toured all over Europe, Mexico and California. Finally, the popular monthly "Zimmer Tapes" make him a true tastemaker of today's disco scene.