Montag "True Love (Jeremy Greenspan Remix)"
- Words: Leo Maymind
Jeremy Greenspan, one of the two Canadian retro-synthesists in Junior Boys, has been staying busy, having recently co-produced an album with Jessy Lanza for Hyperdub. Now, Greenspan has put his own spin on Montag's "True Love," upping the BPM a few notches in the process. The original track, which is part of Montag's Phases release for Carpark, combines quick synth arpeggios and slapbacked, booming drums, but Greenspan switches out the song's halftime stomp for a more disco-informed skip. "True Love (Jeremy Greenspan Remix)" also finishes strong, as the veteran artist drops in a combination of potent cross-rhythms and washes of white noise which all beg to be listened to on repeat.
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