Birds Of Pandæmonium

Out For You (Inc. Each Other / Juan Maclean Remixes)

Our Starry Universe

OSU004

Birds Of Pandæmonium

Out For You (Inc. Each Other / Juan Maclean Remixes)

Our Starry Universe

OSU004

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ARTIST
Birds Of Pandæmonium
TITLE
Out For You (Inc. Each Other / Juan Maclean Remixes)
LABEL
Our Starry Universe
CAT NO.
OSU004
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 28/05/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Indie Dance Nu Disco Techno
FEATURING
Birds Of Pandæmonium Each Other Juan Maclean
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Out For You
  2. A2. Out For You (Each Other Remix)
  3. B1. The Night
  4. B2. The Night (Juan Maclean Remix)

SALES NOTES

Continuing to seek the positive in the face of the mutable and inevitable, your favorite hippy goths, Hazy James & Millennium Culkin, are back with a double single/double remix EP "Out For You." It’s the new follow up to their thuddingly ethereal, transcendent psychedelic debut, Days Go By… which became a bit of a summer anthem last year due to heavy support from Lauren Laverne on BBC6 & the crew at 1BTN.

First up on the EP, title track, "Out For You" is an anthemic belter filled with ripping guitars (two solos....wtf?!), pounding arpeggiated bass, 808 drops, plus a dreamy break filled with slide guitars that rumble, build and explode underneath Hazy James' airy falsetto. Designed for arena madness and soundtracking your moments of catharsis.

Not satisfied with just arena filling vibes, Each Other (Justin Strauss and Max Pask) take the original and twist it into a different experience which should really only be beamed down from a DJ booth orbiting the Earth to a fully global dance party. File this in the "Peak Time Festival" folder.

Flipping over to the b-side, the energy is high but the feeling a little colder on "The Night" - a chugging, introspective, escapist anthem for anytime the sun goes down. Sonically it's a little goth-punk and a little bit acid house.

NY icon, Juan MacLean picks up remixing duties and turns in a taut, lean, dark, body moving machine. Shimmering synth lines cascade over a rough hypnotic beat, conjuring memories of Maceo Plex hammering to a packed, smokey floor at Trade.

Published: 16th April 2021

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