Burial & Four Tet "Nova (Drvg Cvltvre Rework)"
- Words: Taylor Fife
Although "Nova" by Burial & Four Tet is one of the more intriguing cuts Netherlands-based producer Drvg Cvltvre (a.k.a. Vincent Koreman) has heard in some time, he found it difficult to incorporate the tune into his sets due to its high bpm. So, Koreman took to editing the track, and did more than just slow it down; he also added some punch to the percussion and gave it a blissed-out Balearic vibe. This edit is part of a larger set of reworks from Koreman, which he has titled Something Borrowed, Something Blue (artwork above) and released to the world free of charge. After the jump, you can stream and download the entire collection, which also contains edits of Jamie XX, Boddika, and Actress, among others.
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