Nicely done Most People. “Bitter Wine” sees the band embracing the more electronic aspects of their sound, which while it was always present, was never the focus. Naturally we love this pivot and new contributing member Mike Pereira (Zords, RAVETAPES) makes his mark on the song with his synth acumen and production stylings. We don’t know what’s in store for the Toronto band moving froward. They continue to be a destination live act in the city, and we hope they’re writing new material to release soon. In the meantime, “Bitter Wine” on repeat.
Toronto electro-shoegaze group Mune have a dark, mysterious sound to begin with, but this remix done by Brandon Gibson-DeGroote (aka one half of the most wonderful Most People) deconstructs “Fool My Senses” and takes it deeper into a darker, even more subterranean place. Pitch-shifted vocals reveal the slightly sinister character that may have always lain beneath the surface of Mune, but the overall effect of the remix isn’t evil exactly. More like bizarre space-age R&B.
Falling Through Remixed comes out August 28 on Culvert Music and features remixes from the likes of Beta Frontiers, Eytan Tobin, and Delta Will.
1. Memorex – Taiwan Airliner (Version One)
2. Most People – Release
3. Tio – Day Fort
4. Pascale Project – Super Natural
5. Triple Gangers – Beresford Boys
6. Caveboy – In the Grottos
7. For Esmé – You
8. Brave Shores – More Like You
9. Jazz Cartier – The Valley
10. Sages – Recollection
11. Le Roi Crocodile – Montreal
12. AA Wallace – Secret Name
13. Secret Sign – O.M.S.R.
14. White Poppy – Confusion
15. New Chance – Ear Rationelle
16. Iansucks – Old People