Following the release of their acclaimed debut 'Foe', Man Without Country kick off 2013 with a compilation of their remix work. The duo have lent their signature sonic atmospherics and enticing aural haze to such high-profile artists as Moby, Miike Snow, Chad Valley and M83.
The remix package features exclusive Man Without Country remixes for Miike Snow, Active Child and School of Seven Bells along with a host of alternate mixes that have already won plaudits across the blogosphere.
The Miike Snow remix in particular is a gem of dark chord progression, and lends a melancholy to the original track's pop aesthetic. Perhaps the best example of MWC's transformative powers is their work on Active Child's 'Diamond Heart' - layers of static wrap around that distinct melody and cradle the melodic rises effortlessly - and Lanterns On The Lake's 'If I've Been Unkind' is reshaped into a slow, moody epic.
Man Without Country also play their first UK live show of the new year at Madame Jojos on Feb 12th ahead of a US tour which takes in SxSW. UK dates are also confirmed.
1. Active Child - Diamond Heart (Man Without Country Remix)
2. Miike Snow - Pretender (Man Without Country Remix)
3. School of Seven Bells - Lafaye (Man Without Country Remix)
4. Archive - Wiped Out (Man Without Country Remix)
5. Chad Valley - Tell All Your Friends (Man Without Country Remix)
6. Fallulah - Superfishyality (Man Without Country Remix)
7. Moby - After (Man Without Country Remix)
8. Lanterns On The Lake - If I've Been Unkind (Man Without Country Remix)
9. Hannah Cohen - Sunrise (Man Without Country Remix)
10. Susanne Sundfør - White Foxes (Man Without Country Remix)
11. M83 - Midnight City (Man Without Country Remix)
12. Band of Skulls - Sweet Sour (Man Without Country Remix)
12th Feb - LONDON - Madame Jojos (White Heat)
23rd Mar - BOURNEMOUTH - 60 Million Postcards
26th Apr - WALES - Wrexham (Central Station - FOCUS Festival)
Listen To Man Without Country's Remix Of Miike Snow's Pretender here:
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