Further to the announcement of Warp releasing the second album from Brooklyn duo The Hundred In The Hands comes the pulse-racing news that the label have called on Andy Stott and JD Twitch to remix lead single “Keep It Low”.
Eleanore Everdell and Jason Friedman are no strangers to having respected producers tackle their ouevre, with artists as diverse as Kyle MF Hall, Walls, Capracara, Tiger & Woods, Various, Jacques Renault and Blawan all previously remixing the band. Given the somewhat shuddering industrial core of “Keep It Low” however, it’s no surprise to hear that the duo were immersed in the Stottified sounds of Passed Me By and We Stay Together during the recording process for their forthcoming album Red Night.
The Modern Love stalwart was accordingly top of their list when choosing remixers, and Stott is joined by JD Twitch, who delivers two differing versions, and publicity-shy sonic mangler patten for one of the more interesting remix packages to surface in recent times. The label are also offering the original version of “Keep It Low” for free download via the below tubby widget.
Warp will release Keep It Low by The Hundred In The Hands across 12″, CD and digital formats on May 28.
1. Keep It Low (Edit)
2. Keep It Low (Andy Stott Remix)
3. Keep It Low (A JD Twitch Optimo Remix)
5. Keep It Low (Patten Remix)
6. Keep It Low (A JD Twitch Optimo Dub)