Mark reeder’s five point one is a maginficent collection of his remixes, many exclusive to this album, in dolby digital 5.1 surround sound and 2.0 stereo audio.
This triple pack dvd/2cd edition contains his remixes for bad lieutenant, as well as his previously unreleased remix for depeche mode as well as remixes for sam taylor wood with the pet shop boys, anne clark, leading german rockers die toten hosen, ambient trancers blank&jones, new yorks electro-jazz queen vanessa daou and synthpop legend john foxx, combined with lesser known and newer artists such as echoes, manchesters necomers may68, electrobelle, fidelity kastrow, parralox, nobelesse oblige, marsheaux, or spartak – the new project of former inspiral carpets bassist martyn walsh.
We have a bundle of new remixes available for download now from iTunes.
From across the globe we bring you remixes by Mark Reeder representing Berlin and Mottram-in-Longdendale, Koishii & Hush from Toronto, and AK47 from Buenos Aires all with their new takes on “Twist of Fate”, alongside a new remix of “Poisonous Intent” from James Bright, representing Macclesfield.
On Wednesday, October 6th, Converse release “Didn’t Know What Love Was” featuring Bernard, Alexis Taylor and Joe Goddard from Hot Chip and Hot City. The video will be released on November 2nd.
“Converse continues its commitment as a catalyst for freedom of expression and underlines the iconic footwear brand’s longstanding connection with music by shining a spotlight on the incomparable British music scene.”
This is the first of two original musical collaborations. The second track, featuring Graham Coxon, Paloma Faith and Bill Rider Jones, formerly of the Coral, will be released in January.
Bad Lieutenant have contributed a new cover version of “In the Ghetto” to the charity Centrepoint’s new album “1969 Key to Change” due for release on 4th October 2010.
“1969 defined a musical age, catupulting us into a new era of music and rousing a generation. It’s also the year Centrepoint was set up to help homeless young people.”
Pre-order now! Key to Change is exclusively available to download from fairsharemusic.com, the home of Feelgood Downloads. For every album download, £4.45 goes directly to Centrepoint, giving homeless young people a future.