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Pet Shop Boys - Say It To Me (Offer Nissim remix)
Fresh from conquering the Royal Opera House, Pet Shop Boys have announced that “Say It To Me” is the latest single from Super and shared a string of remixes including this gem from Offer Nissim. Britain’s greatest pop band will be touring the new record in February 2017. The 12” single drops on 23 September.
DJ Shadow – Stem Long Stem (Clams Casino Mix)
DJ Shadow will be reissuing his acclaimed debut album Endtroducing. Twenty years on the rerelease will be accompanied by 12 specially commissioned remixes from the finest names in contemporary electronica including: Hudson Mohawke, Salva, Prince Paul, Bondax, Karma Kid and this perfect rework of “Stem Long Stem” from Stem Long Stem. The Deluxe CD/LP collection drops on 28 Octobe
Moby – Go (Loco Dice Mo Stings Remix)
Another old fave getting the remix treatment is Moby’s “Go”. Regularly cited as one of the greatest dance tracks of all time, “Go” propelled Moby to superstardom some 26 years ago. Proving that time hasn’t aged the track, this Loco Dice edit is a thing of beauty. With a feverish baseline, you’re whipped up into feverish excitement long before the iconic strings and vocals begin.
So Below - Drift (Taste Nasa Remix)
Taste Nasa has done the business on So Below’s debut single “Drift”. The remix features on a new EP which sees four different producers tackling the tracks from her recent self-titled release. Remixed is out now.
courtship. - Stop For Nothing (Body Language Remix)
“Stop For Nothing” was a summer gem and one of 2016’s strongest debuts so it’s delightful news that it has been given a new lease of life by Body Language. “Stop For Nothing” is released via 20XX – a new label off to a very strong start.
Fergie - M.I.L.F. $ (Dave Aude Remix)
“M.I.L.F. $” was never a subtle record but it’s now been given a ferocious trap edge by Dave Aude. The remix is one of six featured on the official M.I.L.F.$ Remix Package which you should check out if this one didn’t leave you too exhausted.
NZCA Lines – Two Hearts (Metronomy Remix)
NZCA Lines, the project of Michael Lovett, have followed up the releases of their brilliant second album Infinite Summer with a new remix LP which includes this wonky stunner from Metronomy. The LP also features remixes from the likes of Blue States, Little Club, Richard Norris and French 79 and is released via the reliably brilliant Memphis Industries.
Ariana Grande – Knew Better Part Two
Ariana Grande has added a rap verse to her Dangerous Woman cut "Knew Better/Forever Boys" because why the hell not? Upping the tempo and adding some meaty bass, Ariana continues to celebrate everything she’s got going for herself which is an awful lot.
M83 - Go! feat. Mai Lan (Animal Collective / Deakin Remix)
Animal Collective’s Deakin has worked his magic on “Go!” which features on M83 most recent LP Junk. Deakin released his crowdfunded solo album Sleep Cycle in 2015.