Last year Leifur James won plenty of plaudits for his debut album "A Louder Silence", a set that was described by one reviewer as "subtly stunning soul-jazz". As the title suggests, this six-track follow-up sees some of the album's most potent tracks get the remix treatment. Falty DL kicks things off with a shuffling, soft-focus dancefloor take on the sumptuous "Mumma Don't Tell", before Hessle Audio regular Bruce re-imagines "Osho" as an atmospheric ambient-jazz soundscape. Auntie Flo does a bang-up job teasing out the sunrise-ready beauty inherent inside "Salaniham", Coby Sey opts for skittish IDM drum programming on a decidedly wonky version of "Suns of Gold" and Oliver Coates re-creates "Red Sea" as a paranoid, analogue-heavy electronica workout.
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