Arguably, Crazy P (formerly the more risque Crazy Penis) are more of a live act than a producer duo these days, but with roots so firmly laid on disco and house dancefloors and as they’re signed to electronic label 2020 Vision, we reckon their output still make them a firm contender for our POW! feature.
Crazy P – Stop, Space, Return
Crazy P have been around in various guises since 1996, initially started by friends Chris Todd and Jon Baron, but arguably the P have really come into their own with the addition of a live band and the vocals of Danielle Moore. Sitting somewhere between classic disco and modern day house and techno, ‘Stop, Space, Return’ and the more recently released groove ‘Heartbreaker’ typify the contemporary Crazy P vibe: upbeat, soulful danceable music.
Crazy P – Heartbreaker (DJ Edit)
Although traditional electronic production is less the focus of the Crazy P crew these days, they still regularly produce remixes alongside their own albums. This heavy remix of Empire of the Sun is a brilliant example of how Crazy P can perfectly rework pop to create darker electro beats.
Empire of The Sun – We Are The People (Crazy P Remix)
Crazy P’s melodic catchy tracks also lend themselves well to reworking by other producers. The two remixes below are two of our favourites from Breach and Lukas respectively.
Crazy P – Beatbox (Breach Remix)
Crazy P – Changes (Lukas Remix)