Neon Jung "Delirium Tremens (Nathan Fake Remix)"
UK ambient/techno producer Nathan Fake (pictured above) is lending his efforts to the latest release from Neon Jung, supplying this remix of "Delirium Tremens." Fake's version is a touch experimental, with spacey synthesizer noises stretching out over a lo-fi kick drum that ebbs in and out of the production. About halfway through, the percussion drops out altogether, leaving only long synth notes and ambient noise for the song's final four minutes. "Delirium Tremens" is out now via Magic Wire, an imprint headed up by Lone, which has so far only released tunes from Neon Jung (who has also operated under the name Keaver & Brause) and the label boss himself, who has also collaborated with Jung as Kona Triangle.
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