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15 Oct 12
Review: Waify Brooklyn duo Hundred In The Hands have been remixes by a diverse array of artists in the past - Tiger & Woods and, most memorably, Kyle Hall immediately spring to mind - and Come With Me continues this trend. The single plucked from their recent Red Night LP for Warp Records is given a breakneck Day For Night remix (147 BPM anyone?), while Lucky Paul and LDFD turn in more sedate revisions. The pick of the bunch however is the rework from semi-mysterious producer South London Ordnance, who turns in a moody steppah dripping with the kind of growling low end and reverb-laden atmospherics that prowl around the speaker cones like rocks in a malfunctioning washing machine.
15 Nov 10
Played by: Tronik Youth - No Dice Edits
05 Apr 10
28 May 12
Review: This latest single from the Brooklyn synth pop mavens finds them weaving a gloomy tale of cavernous bombast on "Keep It Low", only for Andy Stott to get his techno mitts on it and slow the whole thing down into a slurring dubby drudge like only he can master. JD Twitch & Optimo are lighter in their approach, with some choice polite electro pulses and arpeggios. Pattern however has no interest in preserving the original as his remix scrapes away at what once remained. "Mountains" is a more spacious track that lets the usual wall of melodies soar around Eleanore Everdell's vocals.
11 Jun 12
Review: After their triumphant 2010 debut, Brooklyn boy-girl duo The Hundred In The Hands would be forgiven for succumbing to "second album syndrome" on this long awaited follow-up. That they don't is testament to their immense talents. Musically, Red Night shifts slightly from their previous output, but retains strong elements of dream-pop, avant-garde alt-rock and Walls-ish wall-of-sound electrinonica. This is best exemplified on the brilliant title track, which pits Eleanor Everdell's dreamy vocals against formidably dubbed-out atmospherics. Elsewhere, there are nods to New York's post-punk past ("Come With Me") and big, near-anthemic singalongs ("Keep It Low"), giving Red Night a formidably well-rounded feel.
20 Sep 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Rock/Indie
17 May 10
Played by: Tiësto