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LISTEN: New Girls Names Remixes EP
The Quietus , September 13th, 2016 16:30

Girls Names enlist Broken English Club, Tom Furse and more to remix tracks; listen below

Belfast quartet Girls Names will release Revisionism, a collection of remixes of their work by other musicians and producers, this Friday and you can listen to all of the remixes above right now.

The remixes capture the bleak essence of Girls Names' music and transform the five songs into pieces for the dance floor. While Mickey Young of Total Control has turned 'Zero Triptych' into a synth-driven, almost vaporwave-indebted, jam, Broken English Club goes for a fully fledged acid-electro attack on 'A Hunger Artist'. The Group Zero makes 'Malaga' sound almost like it was recorded by Factory Floor and finally, The Horrors' Tom Furse finds a way of reducing 'I Was You' to its barest, droning remnants.

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