Remixes from Jagwar Ma and Temples Record Store Day split 12" surface online - listen

The Australian duo and Kettering quartet have remixed each other's songs for a one-off release

Jagwar Ma and Temples' Record Store Day remix 12" has surfaced online.

For the release, the Australian duo and Kettering neo-psych quartet have remixed each other's songs, with Jagwar Ma giving 'Shelter Song' a makeover and Temples returning the favour on 'Man I Need'. You can listen to both at the bottom of the page, via Consequence Of Sound.

Last year, prior to either band releasing an album, Noel Gallagher declared that the "future of the galaxy" depended on both band's debut records. " If those two records are right, then the imperial – what are they called, the imperial forces… those c*nts – will be defeated," he told NME after watching Temples at London's The Lexington venue.

Asked if Temples and Jagwar Ma represent a newly psychedelic bent on his listening habits, Gallagher said: "I'm always listening to psychedelic music anyway, but it's a broad thing, it can go from Jimi Hendrix to The Bee Gees. It's not like reggae, do you know what I mean?"

Meanwhile, Temples have just completed the NME Awards Tour 2014 with Austin, Texas, where they joined Circa Waves and Royal Blood to support returning New Yorkers Interpol.



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