Pantha du Prince, Amon Tobin, Nosaj Thing, and More Contribute to Philip Glass Remix Album
- Words: James Eaton
The fruits of a reported conversation between oddball pop star Beck and seminal composer Philip Glass, Rework: Philip Glass Remixed is a two-disc, 12-track collection of selected works from the artist reinterpreted by a host of contemporary music's finest minds. Featured among the ranks are Amon Tobin, German minimal technoist Pantha du Prince, Dan Deacon, ex-Battles member and composer in his own right Tyondai Braxton, LA beatmaker Nosaj Thing, chillwaver Memory Tapes, and others. You can check out the full tracklist before the collection drops on October 23 (around Glass' 75th birthday) via Orange Mountain Music/Ernest Jenning/The Kora Records.
01 My Great Ghost "Music in Twelve Parts, Part 1"
02 Tyondai Braxton "Rubric (Remix)"
03 Nosaj Thing "Knee 1 (Remix)"
04 Dan Deacon "Alight Spiral Ship (Philip Glass Remix)"
05 Amon Tobin "Warda's Whorehouse Inside Out Version"
06 Silver Alert "Etoile Polaire: Little Dipper"
07 Memory Tapes "Floe '87 (Remix)"
08 Cornelius 3 "Opening From Glassworks"
01 Beck "NYC: 73-78"
02 Jóhann Jóhannsson "Protest (Remix)"
03 Pantha du Prince "Mad Rush Organ (Remix)"
04 Peter Broderick "Island (Remix)"
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