Various Artists

Ghostly Essentials: Remixes One

The multifarious re-edits, re-interpretations, and re-imaginings on Ghostly Essentials: Remixes One represent the larger Ghostly family at work, as our artists collide with a few other creative minds, with stunning results. Highlights include Flying Lotus’ boom-crack remix of Dabrye’s “Game Over (feat. Jay Dee and Phat Kat),” Juan Maclean’s disco-fried re-rub of Matthew Dear’s “Pom Pom,” Junior Boys’ melancholy take on Mobius Band’s “The Loving Sounds of Static,” and Atlas Sound’s beautifully chaotic deconstruction of The Chap’s “They Have a Name.” Some employ subtle tweaks, some are dramatic re-contextualizations, but every Ghostly remix does its original proud.

  • Ghostly International
  • GIDG-26
  • formats:
  • Digital
  • release date:
  • December 15, 2009
  • artwork by:
  • Michael Cina
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1Christopher Willits - Colors Shifting (The Dead Texan Color Shifter)
2Dabrye - Game Over (Flying Lotus Remix)
3Deastro - Vermillion Plaza (Mux Mool Sour Velcro Remix)
4Matthew Dear - Pom Pom (The Juan Maclean Remix)
5Mobius Band - The Loving Sounds Of Static (Junior Boys Remix)
6Midwest Product - A Genuine Display (Telefon Tel Aviv Remix)
7Kill Memory Crash - Doorway 9 (Richard Devine Remix)
8Lusine - Two Dots (Pezzner Remix)
9Michna - Believe In It (Elliot Lipp Remix)
10School of Seven Bells - Face To Face On High Places (Jesu Remix)
11Solvent - For you (Lowfish Remix)
12The Chap - They Have A Name (Atlas Sound Remix)
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