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Giorgio Moroder releases his new single “Good For Me” [featuring Karen Harding]

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MULTIPLE ACADEMY AWARD AND GRAMMY AWARD WINNING?
GIORGIO MORODER?RELEASES NEW SINGLE?
“GOOD FOR ME”?FEATURING KAREN HARDING TODAY

PREMIERED ON?ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

HEADLINED SOLD OUT?I FEEL LOVE?EVENT IN NEW YORK CITY

Multiple?Academy Award?- and Grammy Award-winning pioneer of disco,?Giorgio Moroder, releases his new single?“Good For Me”?[featuring?Karen Harding] today via?Casablanca Records. Get it?HERE.

He teamed up with Entertainment Weekly to exclusively premiere the track. Listen to it?HERE!

Celebrating his return to?Casablanca Records?with a bang,?”Good For Me”?taps into the spirit of his most acclaimed and celebrated work, merging unshakable dance floor?rhythms with an undeniably sexy vibe. Karen Harding?serves up a sizzling, seductive, and soulful vocal performance that instantly captivates.?The song is already heating up the?radio airwaves?after its debut on SiriusXM’s influential BPM channel.

The electronic dance music icon recently headlined two sold out?I Feel Love?shows in New York City this past September.

In 1977,?Moroder?made history with “the first disco hit entirely produced with a synthesizer, “Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love.”??That same year, he released his?Casablanca?Records?debut,?From Here To Eternity, which paved the way for house music’s eventual emergence.?Pitchfork?recently named it among the “Top 100 Albums of the 1970s.” He?would release two more albums on the label, including?Love’s In You, Love’s In Me?and?E=MC?. Moroder has gone on to win four Grammys and three Academy Awards to date in?his musical career.

Moroder?has enjoyed a second dancefloor renaissance in the 21st?century. He guest-collaborated on?Daft Punk’s Grammy Award-winning?Random Access Memories?in 2013 and?landed main stage festival spots at?HARD,?CRSSD, as well as headlining sold out shows around the world. It culminated on 2015’s?D?j? Vu, which bowed at #1 on Billboard’s?Dance/Electronic Albums Chart and featured collaborations with?Britney Spears,?Charli XCX, Sia,?Kylie Minogue, and more. A new era of Giorgio Moroder and Casablanca Records begins now.

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ABOUT CASABLANCA RECORDS
Casablanca Records, the legendary label of the 70’s, defined the sound of its era. During the infamous days of Studio 54, Casablanca launched the careers of artists such as Kiss,?Parliament, Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder. Re-launched by Republic Records executive vice president Rob Stevenson, the label now focuses on Dance and Electronic?music. Working with a global roster of both established superstars and emerging new talent, Casablanca Records is home to Stromae, Giorgio Moroder, Ti?sto, Kungs, Cheat?Codes, M?me, Prince Fox, Felix Jaehn, SG Lewis and Crystal Castles.

ABOUT REPUBLIC RECORDS
A division of Universal Music Group, the world’s leading music company, Republic is home to an all-star roster of multi-platinum, award-winning legends and superstar artists such?as Ariana Grande, Black Sabbath, DNCE, Florence + the Machine, Gotye, Hailee Steinfeld, James Blake, James Bay, John Mellencamp, Keith Richards, Nickelback, Of Monsters?and Men, Seth MacFarlane, The Weeknd, among many others. Founded by brothers and chief executives Monte and Avery Lipman, it is also comprised of innovative business?ventures including American Recordings (The Avett Brothers), Brushfire (Jack Johnson), Casablanca Records (Stromae, T?esto), Cash Money (Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj),?Hollywood Records (Zendaya), John Varvatos Records (Zac Brown Band), Lava Records (Jessie J, Lorde), Monkeywrench (Pearl Jam), NBC’s The Voice (Jordan Smith), among?others. In addition, Republic maintains a long-standing strategic alliance with country powerhouse Big Machine Label Group which is comprised of Big Machine Records (Taylor?Swift, Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line) and Dot Records (Maddie + Tae).

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