October 5, 2012 21:15
Franz Ferdinand, Animal Collective, The Kills to feature on Domino remix album
'Motion Sickness' will be released on December 3
Franz Ferdinand, Animal Collective and The Kills are amongst the acts to feature on a new double album of remixes from their record label Domino.
Called 'Motion Sickness', the double LP will see a host of the label's acts, also including Hot Chip, Austra and Blood Orange, remixed by the likes of Carl Craig, DFA, Justice and Joy Orbison. The album will be released on December 3.
The name of the album comes from Hot Chip's current album, 'In Our Heads', and features the Carl Craig remix of Junior Boys' 'Like a Child' – which you can hear below.
It also includes Justice's take on Franz Ferdinand's 'The Fallen', the SebastiAn remix of The Kills' 'Cheap & Cheerful', the Dam Funk remix of Animal Collective's 'Summertime Clothes' and Wild Beasts' 'Two Dancers (ii)', the Oneohtrix Point Never remix.
The 'Motion Sickness' tracklisting is:
Austra – 'Beat & The Pulse' (Still Going remix)
Tricky – 'Time To Dance' (Maya Jane Coles remix)
Junior Boys – 'Like A Child' (Carl Craig remix)
Juana Molina – 'Un Dia' (Reboot remix)
About Group – 'You're No Good' (Theo Parrish remix)
Four Tet – 'Love Cry' (Joy Orbison remix)
Liquid Liquid – 'Optimo' (Matthew Dear remix)
Hot Chip – 'Night & Day' (Daphni remix)
Stephen Malkmus – 'Kindling For The Master' (Major Swellings remix)
Sons & Daughters – 'Orion' (Emperor Machine remix)
Franz Ferdinand – 'The Fallen' (Ruined by Justice)
The Kills – 'Cheap & Cheerful' (SebastiAn remix)
Bonde Do Role – 'Marina Gasolina' (Fake Blood remix)
Test Icicles – 'What's Your Damage?' (Alan Brax/ Fred Falke remix)
Clinic – 'Tomorrow' (DFA Remix)
Blood Orange – 'Champagne Coast (Mike Simonetti remix)
Animal Collective – 'Summertime Clothes' (Dam Funk remix)
James Yorkston & Athletes – 'Woozy With Cider' (Jon Hopkins remix)
Twin Sister – 'Kimmi In A Rice Field' (Balam Acab remix)
Wild Beasts – 'Two Dancers (ii)' (Oneohtrix Point Never remix)
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