Дискография Lady Foursquare:
|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Xcite Bike 3||audio||iTunes||2008-03-24||A Squared Muzik|
|2||Mashed Potatoes Vol #1 3||audio||iTunes||2008||Mashed Potatoes|
|3||The Drama Club 3||audio||iTunes||2008-11-11||Klientele|
Lady Foursquare is a Chicago based techno, house and electro producer. Her work first captured the attention of Felix da Housecat, who was interested in optioning two of her singles for his Rude Photo imprint. While the deal was never finalized, the discussion resulted in a relationship the Dust Traxx label group and a subsequent immigration from Louisville, Kentucky to Chicago where she began working solo and with Angel Alanis. In 2007 she joined DJ Pierre's Afro Acid label, released a debut single, "Xcite Bike" with Lil Surge on A-squared Muzik and an anonymous remix EP on a limited edition label called Mashed Potatoes. In the spring of 2008, Alanis and Foursquare, founding member DJ Local Hero plus contributors Flufftronix (Iheartcomix), Infiltrata AKA 12th Planet (Cartel, Renegade Hardware, Tech Itch) and Tittsworth collaborators ASiH + A Black in releasing a renegade remix album of Portishead's "Third" called "Third Floor: Portishead’s ‘Third’ Reimagined by Noise Floor Crew." The album was widely praised by media such as New York Magazine, who noted that Noise Floor Crew turns Portishead's Machine Gun "into an actual, you know, song" and heralded them in the same breath as Oukast, Three-Six Mafia and My Morning Jacket. Featuring her production with Alanis on seven of the eleven tracks, the album also found a famous fanbase within the electronic music community, with vocal support from Miss Kittin, Laurent Garnier, Drop The Lime, Benny Benassi and many more. With only a 100 physical copies were pressed, digital downloading crashed servers and broke traffic records for the blogs that first hosted it. The singles from the album appeared on dozens of prominent radio shows like Dave Clarke's White Noise Radio. Foursquare followed the first offering from Noise Floor Crew with a debut techno imprint, Klientele, again with partner, Angel Alanis. The pair are busy with remixes (including two reworks of the upcoming collaboration between Lil Louie Vega and DJ Pierre and a Lauren Flax single featuring Sia) and originals for Klientele. Alanis and Foursquare have also reunited with Noise Floor Crew founder, Local Hero to record their first official album, to be released in 2009.