MP3 of the Day #269: Gold Fields

By on Thursday, 2nd December 2010 at 10:00 am
 

So we reviewed Gold Fields‘s debut single, ‘Treehouse’, yesterday on TGTF. Then we got wind of this remix by Val-d’Isère, not the French ski resort but a London duo which has described as ‘electronic jazz’. Jazz is one of those rare music genres that I tend to avoid like the plague, but in the case of this remix, I think the word ‘jazz’ refers to the chill, relaxed feel the duo has lent to the otherwise bouncy feel of the original. The vocals sound like they’re going through a faraway megaphone, an almost icy, post-punk effect; the industrial clanking always lends this feel. It’s like a whole ‘nother song and definitely worth a listen and even a download below.

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