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London Grammar announce remix project launching on Ministry of Sound

The 16-track compilation drops on July 21

  • 27 May 2023
London Grammar announce remix project launching on Ministry of Sound

London Grammar have announced a new remix project, set for release on July 21 via Ministry of Sound.

The release - totalling 16 tracks - presents what has been dubbed some of the band's "best remixes to date", in addition to new reworkings from a host of renowned producers plus new original music from London Grammar in collaboration with Camelphat and SebastiAn.

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Those on remix duty include Jamie Jones, Joris Voorn, Disclosure, Kölsch, Bonobo, High Contrast and MK.

To accompany the project launch, London Grammar's own Dot Major shared his remix of the band's hit 'Baby It's You'. Check it out below:

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“All three of us grew up listening to electronic music," says Hannah Reid of the band. "I remember buying CDs from a vending machine at fabric. When me, Dan and Dot first met we bonded over so much music - from the most obscure to the most commercial electronic sounds. Remixes from electronic artists have formed a huge part of our career and success as a band. They’ve influenced our live shows and taken us into a different space. This collection is a celebration of all the above. We are forever grateful for the impact electronic music has had on our career.”

'London Grammar - The Remixes' follows the band's 2021 BRIT-nominated album 'Californian Soil', a sellout UK-wide tour and headlining 2022's All Points East festival. This forthcoming release, a press release suggests, "will be the first time the band release a body of work dedicated to the part of their craft that has arguably formed the foundation of their success to date."

Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter

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