Goldfrapp release their brand new Anymore Remix EP
today, which includes mixes from Joe Goddard and Danny Dove. Whilst the
latter created a mix undeniably aimed at the dance floor, Joe Goddard
has taken the track to a dark and minimal place.
Of his remix, which premiered on FADER yesterday, Joe Goddard says:
"With this remix I took tracks like ‘Freak' by LFO and ‘Two Of Us'
by Supermayer as my inspiration and had fun with my Eurorack Modular
System - I wanted to make something tense and chaotic.”
Of his remix, which premiered on Out yesterday, Danny Dove says:
"It was a real treat to get a mix for Goldfrapp. I've been a fan for
years and I knew getting the opportunity work on a track was going to
be fun. They are really genuine with their music and their creativity,
so I knew I could do something cool and fresh and they would get it"
As announced on 6 Music earlier this week the band will be one of the
headliners at this year’s 6 Music festival in Glasgow on Friday March
24. Goldfrapp is also confirmed for the Blue Dot Festival at Jodrell
Bank on July 8th and will be performing at The Roundhouse in London on
March 27th – tickets sold out in less than two hours. They have also
recently announced 2 shows in New York at Brooklyn Steel on April 26th and 27th.
Goldfrapp follow up 2013’s album Tales of Us with the deep, dark and electronic musical palette of Silver Eye,
their brand new studio album, made with an eclectic collection of new
collaborators. Alison and Will spent 10 days in Dallas with John
Congleton, Grammy-winning producer of St. Vincent, John Grant and Wild
Beasts. In London they teamed up with electronic composer Bobby Krlic,
aka The Haxan Cloak. Brian Eno collaborator Leo Abrahams added abstract
guitar textures. The album was mixed by David Wrench (The xx, fka Twigs,
Silver Eye is out March 31st and is available to pre-order HERE.
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