Tiga, DC Breaks, MK contribute to London Grammar’s new remix EP
When London Grammar was formed in a university dorm room back in 2009, little did the trio know they would become one of electronic music’s favorite “neo-progressive” acts. In addition to their debut album If You Wait, which received global critical praise, the three have received remix treatments from Sasha, RAC, and Jonas Rathsman.
With the soaring vocals of Hannah Reid, the melancholy guitar of Dan Rothman, and Dominic ‘Dot’ Major’s classical piano, the trio’s sound blends together ambient and ethereal into clean, minimalist productions that stand as the perfect raw material to be remixed into any genre. Now the band has shared their latest remix EP of “Oh Woman Oh Man,” which enlists the help of some of electronic music’s greatest producers. Tiga gives the track a complex, hypnotic techno spin that clocks in at over 8 minutes, DC Breaks rearranges the composition with long build-ups and drum n bass releases, and MK brings to the track a progressive flare.
London Grammar’s sophomore album, Truth Is a Beautiful Thing, is out June 9th on Metal & Dust/Columbia Records.