Boeoes Kaelstigen – Westend (Tin Man Remix) (2016)

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Swedish technoish outfit Boeoes Kaelstigen just debuted their new single “Damm” on Swedish national radio (can also be heard in the latest episode of the Comedy Central TV-show Broad City) and Finnish/American and now based in Vienna producer Tin Man flips the B-side track “Westend” into glorious sounding acid house.

Hunters & Collectors – Stalking to a Stranger (2013)

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The Avalanches have released their remix of Hunters & Collectors’ first single ‘Talking To A Stranger’, which will feature on the upcoming tribute album Crucible – A Tribute To Hunters & Collectors.

The single, which appeared on their self-titled 1982 debut, has been reworked with a slice of Dan Hartman’s disco hit ‘Relight My Fire’ and rechristened as ‘Stalking To A Stranger (Planets Collide Remix)’.

“At a fundamental level, it was both an honour and incredibly daunting to be asked to remix such an incredible song,” says Avalanches founding member Robbie Chater. “What a stunning and risky way to announce your presence as a new band. Hunters & Collectors pulled it off though. We loved the Conny Plank and krautrock influences, the Hunters really were ahead of the curve with this track. There’s a sense of dread and darkness that you can’t quite put your finger on, which we tried to maintain, while fucking it up a bit to make it appealing to leftfield DJs and music lovers. Mark Seymour is a Western Bulldogs fanatic and us Footscray lifers have to stick together!”

Peaches – How You Like My Cut (Ziúr Remix)

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Peaches has assembled a killer line-up of producers to remix her latest album, Rub.

‘Rub Remixed’ features updates, reworks and club bangers from Maya Janes Coles Nocturnal Sunshine, CREEP’s Lauren Flax, Paula Temple, Planningtorock, Austra’s Maya Postepski and more.

Released on double vinyl limited to 2000 world wide and digital only, ‘Rub Remixed’ traverses acid techno, hard house, trap, deep electro, booty bass and future beats, bringing Peaches’ original production and vocals front, centre and to dizzying new heights.