Kudu Back for More: A Remix Collection
- Words: Luciana Lopez
- Label: Nublu
New York-based trio Kudu makes dark, intense music, full of stutters, skitters, and knowing glances; it’s an eerie, varied affair. But add in superstar remixers and the group is even harder to pigeonhole. Tommie Sunshine, for example, adds an insistent beat under the buzzingly defiant “Black Betty,” making it all the more insidious, and Drop the Lime gives a frenetic, twitchy energy to “Neon Graveyard.” Most of the remixed tracks may come from 2006‘s Death of the Party album, but Back for More is hardly more of the same.
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