RAC with Ghost Beach, Joywave

with: Ghost Beach, Joywave

Your favorite remixes of the last five years are by RAC, and now the composer, producer, arranger and recording artist born André Allen Anjos has released his original debut- the Don’t Talk To EP on Cherrytree Records. André co-wrote and co-produced all four songs on the EP which features an impressive array of guests including, Penguin Prison ("Hollywood"), Tokyo Police Club ("Tourist"), Katie Herzig ("We Belong") along with Bloc Party’s Kele and rising electro-pop star MNDR who both feature on “Let Go,” the lead single which hit #1 on Hype Machine’s Artist and Popular charts, and Entertainment Weekly deems, “a dreamy end-of-summer pop concoction that will have you grooving well into fall.” 

Originally born and raised in Portugal to a Portuguese father and an American mother, RAC settled in Portland, Oregon where he began to forge his unique brand of indie-pop by creating over 200 inventive remixes for Kings of Leon, Bob Marley and U2 among many others.  His remixes have reached #1 on the Hype Machine charts 24 times and his first solo recording, "Hollywood," featuring Penguin Prison hit #1 on all four Hype Machine charts at once, while his tracks have over 22 million Soundcloud spins.  

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