Lone, Jamie xx, Pearson Sound, Caribou, and More on Radiohead Remix Album
- Words: Patric Fallon
- Photo: Shaun Bloodworth
We've been enjoying the steady stream of remixes coming from Radiohead's latest LP by the likes of Pearson Sound, Lone (pictured above), and Jacques Greene, so you could say we're happy to see that there are plenty more on the way. On October 11, TBD Records will release the culmination of the musical giant's remix series with a double-disc compilation of 19 versions of songs from The King of Limbs. The tracks are presented in chronological order from the time they were originally released on vinyl, starting with Caribou's version of "Little by Little," ending with "Lotus Flower (SBTRKT Remix)," and filled out by tunes from Four Tet, Shed, Jamie xx, Modeselektor, Blawan, Mark Pritchard, and more. You can check out the full tracklist of TKOL RMX 1234567 below.
"Little by Little (Caribou Remix)"
"Lotus Flower (Jacques Greene Remix)"
"Morning Mr. Magpie (Nathan Fake Remix)"
"Bloom (Harmonic 313 Remix)"
"Bloom (Mark Pritchard Remix)"
"Feral (Lone Remix)"
"Morning Mr. Magpie (Pearson Sound's Scavenger Remix)"
"Separator (Four Tet Remix)"
"Give Up the Ghost (Thriller's Houseghost Remix)"
"Codex (Illum Sphere Remix)"
"Little by Little (Shed Remix)"
"Give up the Ghost (Brokenchord Remix)"
"The King of Limbs (Altrice Remix)"
"Bloom (Blawan Remix)"
"Morning Mr. Magpie (Modeselektor's Good Evening Mrs. Magpie Remix)"
"Bloom (Objekt Remix)"
"Bloom (Jamie xx Rework)"
"Separator (Anstam Remix)"
"Lotus Flower (SBTRKT Remix)"
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