Kitsune, in Japanese, mean fox, an animal that is common in Japanese folklore. But this isn't an article on foxes, or folklore, or anything like that really. Instead, this is about the other Kitsuné; the French record/ fashion label that has released the third of their series of 'Tabloid' mixes. Fresh off the back of the release of mixes from fellow Kitsuné label mates Phoenix and Digitalism, The Twelves have completed the Tabloid hat-trick for the label. The Twelves, for those unfamiliar with the electronic duo, are a Brazilian double act who have remixed songs for the likes of Daft Punk, M.I.A and even the Beatles and Nirvana. Delivered in typical Brazilian funk resonance, the mix is an eclectic blend of the type of melody you'd expect to come from the French label.
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