The 1975 "Sex (Hackman Remix)"
- Words: Glenn Jackson
If you're anything like us, you could always use more Hackman (pictured above) in your life. Even with the string of collaborative EPs that the UK prodcuer has appeared on over the past few months, Hackman has had a bit of a quiet 2012 (especially when you consider the roll he was on just a year before), and that once rumored debut LP of his doesn't really seem to be "forthcoming" any longer. All of this has left us still fiending for new material, even if it comes in the form of a remix for an anthemic indie outfit like The 1975—and especially when it shows Hackman somehow chizzling an angst-filled modern rock tune into a slick, rolling package complete with those thick pads and gorgeous melodies that he does so well.
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