Press Play: The Knife, Oneohtrix Point Never, Salva, Dusky, and More
We've got a lot of reasons to be excited about this week's edition of Press Play. Namely, artists such as The Knife, Dusky, Skream, Clark, Daphni, Bodhi, Salva, Fort Romeau, George FitzGerald, Oneohtrix Point Never, and Call Super dropped fresh remixes, records streams, music videos, free downloads, and more this week. It's quite a bit to take in, so we suggest that everyone gets to clicking on those play buttons after the jump.
Frequent collaborator with The Knife, Planningtorock reworked the Swedish duo's "Full of Fire" single from Shaking the Habitual, calling her new track "Let's Talk About Gender Baby, Let's Talk About You And Me."
Here's an unexpected—albeit excellent—remix of Nine Inch Nails' "Find My Way" by Brooklyn sound experimentalist Oneohtrix Point Never.
Check out our premiere of "It's Alright (Salva's Synth Pop Remix)" from Matt & Kim's forthcoming Lightning Remixes album (out on October 1).
Dusky's Careless EP for Aus is set to arrive next week, but before then, we can stream all of three of its deep, club-ready house tracks.
We've heard the original version and we've seen the music video, and now we can listen to Jimmy Edgar's remix of Skream's disco-leaning "Rollercoaster" single.
This dense and gritty production arrives today from Bubblin' Up Irish producer The Cyclist, who remixed George FitzGerald's big-room house single "I Can Tell (By the Way You Move)" into a wonderfully smeared dancefloor tune of a whole other breed.
The same week he was featured in our Rewind series, longstanding Warp producer Clark shared a full stream of his 28-track, two-disc Feast/Beast remix collection.
We've all probably heard the song before, but now, "Ye Ye," the lively single producer by Dan Snaith under his Daphni moniker, can now be downloaded for absolutely free.
The latest single to drop from Close's recent Getting Closer LP, the sultry "Wallflower" tune recently got a remix from busy Swedish DJ/producer Deetron, and we're happy to be premiering his work today.
Fort Romeau has been keeping fairly busy lately, and his latest bit of production work to surface is this smooth remix of "Head" by Gent Mason.
Before Bodhi releases its latest EP via Australian outpost Future Classic, the Cardiff duo shares a full stream of a-side cut "Impefection."
Check out a patently slick and inventive music video from Glaswegian visual artist Konx-om-Pax, who crafted these strange sci-fi visuals for Alex Smoke's new "Dust" single for R&S.
Up-and-coming producer Call Super just released his impressive Black Octagons EP via Houndstooth, and is now sharing a full stream of the three cuts of raw, immersive techno which comprise that record.
Released a few months ago via Mixpak, Murlo & Famous Eno's "Ariel" single recently got the "VIP Mix" treatment, which can be heard in this new video created by Murlo himself.
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