The Whip's X Marks Destination will finally hit the U.S. in less than two weeks. To gear up for the occasion, check out the final track off the album, in which electro and rock 'n' roll go head-to-head. X Marks Destination is out March 3.
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What better track to get a remix than one entitled "Beatdown Breakup?" Jason Drake, otherwise known as one of Brooklyn's busiest remixers Cassettes Won't Listen, splices up Broken Spindles' no-wave original of this cut and turns it into an off-kilter hip-hop number here.
As we've previously seen, S.F.-based trio Mi Ami likes its music loud, and the pileup of post-disco noise, screeching guitars, and ear-splitting vocals on this track, off the band's album Watersports, proves that point. Watersports is out now via Touch & Go.
Nottingham, U.K.-based producer Blackfinger just put his Fearless EP into the hands of the Trouble & Bass crew, and needless to say, basslines rule supreme on this release. Here's Supra1's rave-worthy remix of the track "UMF."
Joining the Moodgadget family is 800beloved, a band who claims to be from "Suburbia, Michigan" and clearly finds influence in the synth-driven post-punk sounds of the 1980s.
"Colours" is off the group's debut album, Bouquet, out now in physical format and on March 3 as a digital download.
Glam-pop and neo-hippieism is a tough combination to pull off, but the Liverpool, England-born musician known as Pop Levi pulls it off with style on his latest album, Never Never Love, as seen on this smooth, synth-centric track. Never Never Love is out now.
Barcelona based indie-rockers Delorean have released three albums and currently run a club night, “Desperrame,” which has featured guests like Radioclit, The Requesters and Fluokids. Now, they've gotten their hands on this sentimental track from their new favorite band, The Big Pink. This remix of “Too Young to Love” boosts the British group’s sprawling shoegaze with sparkling, uptempo pop, complete with Peter Gabriel-worthy hand claps, bongo accents and maracas.
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