Thursday, September 13, 2007

A Bugged Out Mix by Klaxons

Klaxons follow their Nationwide Mercury Music prize win for their platinum selling debut album Myths of the Near Future with a compilation for Bugged Out released on October 1st. A Bugged Out mix is typical of Jamie Reynolds dj style (he has played sporadically this year inbetween touring) and features lots of euro techno and tracks from Johannes Heil, Luke Vibert and Da Boogieboys. There is also Stress from Justice’s album and some trippy techno by The Chemical Brothers (It Doesn’t Matterfrom 1997’s Dig Your Own Hole). It concludes with an unreleased remix of Klaxons’ Not Over Yet re-jigged by New Parisian techno producer Brodinski. The Bugged In Selection (CD2) features influences and tour bus faves with Blur, Wu Tang Clan, Liars and Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons all featured. It is segued and ends fittingly with Roy Orbison’s It’s Over. Full running order here

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