Soulwax to release new album

'Nite Versions' will hit the shops on September 26…

Soulwax to release new album
Soulwax are set to release a new album on September 26.

’Nite Versions’ features brand new interpretations of tracks inspired by and taken from the band’s last LP ’Any Minute Now’.

The songs have been expanded and extended to make them work on the 12” format – an idea following in the footsteps of Talking Heads, Human League and New Order.

The album features a new version of ’E Talking’, the Kawasaki Dub of ’NY Lipps’ as well a new collaboration with DFA on ’Another Excuse’ and their cover of Daft Punk’s ’Teachers’.

The full ’Nite Versions’ tracklisting is:
’Teachers’
‘Miserable Girl’
‘E Talking’
‘Accidents And Compliments’
‘Compute’
‘Slowdance’
‘I Love Techno’
‘KracK’
‘NY Lipps’
‘Another Excuse’

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