By persuading acclaimed Aussie funk-rock combo the Drones to allow one of their tracks to be remixed for the very first time, the Presets' Kim Moyes and Revolver resident Mike Callender have pulled off something of a coup. KIM kicks things off, delivering a driving, low-slung vocal remix of "Boredom" that sits somewhere between Idjut Boys style dub disco, the madness of Maurice Fulton's Syclops project and the indie-disco so associated with Australia's electronic music scene, before reaching for the delays on a fantastically out-there, '80s NYC-influenced Dub. Meanwhile, Mpyes and Callender join forces as Zero Percent, laying down a deliciously weird, low-slung vocal remix rich in funk-rock guitars and intergalactic noises. If anything, their weirder and more stripped-back Dub is even better
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