Two Lone Swordsmen 'Further Reminders' Remixers in TLS's Own Words

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Two Lone Swordsmen 'Further Reminders' Remixers in TLS's Own Words

15/12/2008
The Two Lone Swordsmen release "Further Reminders" a remix project which reworks tracks taken from the recently released album "Tiny Reminders"

More info here, tracklisting below:

01 Tiny Reminder No 1 – C-pij Remix
02 Bunker – Villalobos Remix
03 Rotting Hill – Two Lone Swordsmen Remix
04 Rotting Hill – Causeway Remix
05 Neuflex – Dry & Heavy Remix
06 Brootle – Simulant Remix
07 Neuflex – Decal Remix
08 Brootle – Klart Remix
09 It’s Not The Worst… - Lali Puna Remix
10 Tiny Reminder No 3 – Calexico Remix
11 Tiny Reminder No 1 – C-pij Remix vocal

[Also check out the C-Pij rmx 7" and the Locked Swords 12"]

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Here, in their own words, the choice of remixers is explained…


C-PIJ… because electric actuality means more to us than this weeks software.

Lali-Puna… because ‘Tricoder’ blew our tiny fragile minds.

Ricardo Villalobos… because he’s an elastic funkmeister that knows the meaning of ‘groove’.

The Cause… because they’re tough, slinky and live next door.

Simulant… because electro is being advanced via a computer somewhere in darkest Berkshire.

Decal… because Den McNulty remains snake-hipped and sultry.

Klart… because voodoo and machines often make a beautiful combination.

Dry and Heavy… because ‘Dawn Is Breaking’ is a four minute cure for depression.

Calexico… because their heat haze shimmering back yard is littered with decaying machinery.

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Two Lone Swordsmen have recently remixed…

RED SNAPPER - 'SOME KIND OF KINK' (WARP) - more info
DECAL - 'IRON FIST' (TRAMA INDUSTRIES)
STEREO M.C'S - 'DEEP DOWN AND DIRTY' (GEE STREET)
EARL GATESHEAD - 'HAIRDO'S AND HINDUS' (KONTRABAND)
CALEXICO' - UNTITLED PT 3' (CITY SLANG)
LALI PUNA - 'NIN-COM-POP' (MORR MUSIC)