Lauren Flax and Lauren Dillard’s CREEP release their Holly Miranda featuring new single ‘Animals’ next week, including this big House reMix from Modern Machines.
Dragging the dark ambience of CREEP straight into the big room and mixing up Holly Miranda’s huge ghostly vocals with big beats and a House bassline. When the ‘90’s House piano kick in, it really isn’t something you’re expecting in a CREEP track but turns the post Industrial, post-Dubstep track into a big summer club track.
♫ CREEP (Feat. Holly Miranda) – Animals (Modern Machines reMix)
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They just keep on coming! Barely pausing for breath between Maison 10 and Kitsuné Parisien, Kitsuné Music are releasing the next instalment in the Kitsuné Maison series in May. this time around it’s ‘The Indie-Dance Issue’, a title which promises much.
Check the track list:
01. – Let’s Go All The Way (Early Version)
02. Alexander Dexter Jones – Phantastic Phone Call”
03. Housse De Racket – Roman
04. Polarsets – Sunshine Eyes
05. Gallops – Miami Spider (Ponciau edit)
06. Cosmonaut – Say What You Want
07. Creep (Feat. Romy Madeley-Croft From The XX) – Days (Azari & III reMix)
08. Is Tropical – The Greeks
09. Peter & The Magician – Twist
10. The Touch – Sermon
11. Logo X Icona Pop – Luvsick
12. Beat Connection – Silver Screen
13. Nightbox – Pyramid
14. Guards – Resolution Of One
15. Fiction – Big Things
16. Exotica – Conte D’Eté (Afrofunk Version)
There’s a lot of stuff on there I’m very interested in hearing, and a few gems we’ve heard before:
♫ Cosmonaut – Say What You Want
♫ Creep (Feat. Romy Madeley-Croft From The XX) – Days (Azari & III reMix)
‘Kitsuné Maison 11: ‘The Indie-Dance Issue’’ is released 16th May, I expect a JBAG minimix will show it’s face soon.
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Young Turks latest signing, Lauren Flax’s Creep are giving away the Soul Clap reMix of their début single ‘Days’.
This reMix doesn’t feature on the single, which features Romy from The XX on vocals, and brings a shilling beat and a bit of funk to the dark minimal original. I’m not going to call the original either Trip-Hop (‘cos it’s not) or Witch-House (‘cos that’s just a ridiculous term), it’s got more in common with Minimal Synth than anything else. Anyway, check the reMix for some dark 90’s electronic Funk.
♫ Creep (Feat. Romy Madeley-Croft From The XX) – Days (Soul Clap reMix)
‘Days’ is out now.
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