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Lovelife unveil two new remixes to mark the release of their new ‘Stateless’ EP

Tuesday 03 December 2013

This week, LA-via-London based electro/pop quartet Lovelife release their stunning new EP “Stateless“, which is arguably their best, and most compelling work to date.

To mark the occasion, the band have unveiled, not one, but two new remixes. The first of which, a take on London based alternative-pop duo We The Wild‘s “Body Electric (Blue)”. With swirling RnB infused electronic soundscapes, combined with vocalist Ant West’s endearing and instantly recognisable croon, this version is an excellent addition to Lovelife’s already stellar catalogue of remixes.

The second, a rework of Southampton-born songstress Foxes‘ hit single “Youth” – is a different beast altogether. Foxes’ vocals have been pitch shifted to an almost unrecognisable point, but fused with an irresistible thumping garage beat, and Lovelife’s patented synth-pop sounds, this is an absolute belter of a remix, that’ll sit pretty alongside the “future-garage” hits from the likes of Disclosure and Dornik, come the end of the year.

Lovelife’s ‘Stateless’ EP is out now, available to download on iTunes, and on 10″ vinyl from Akira Records.

Words: Joly Checketts