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San Holo’s ‘album1’ gets ‘a lot of remixes’

San Holo‘s debut album appropriately titled album1 released last year in September to an anxiously awaiting fanbase. The album was extremely well-received, and highlighted the Dutch producer’s encapsulating trap and future bass expertise. Now, just a little over one year later, album1 gets the full remix treatment in 15-track album album1 (a lot of remixes).

Album1 (a lot of remixes), released courtesy of San Holo’s own label Bitbird, boasts an eclectic underground roster of wildly talented up-and-coming acts. Notable additions include Tails‘ remix of “love (wip),” Golden Vessel‘s remix of “vestal avenue,” and Manila Killa‘s remix of “lift me from the ground.” A standout feature on the album is 17-year-old Jaron‘s breathtaking remix of “lift me from the ground.” Not yet a legal adult, Jaron was brought out by San Holo to perform his gorgeous take on the original at mega festival Coachella, followed by an appearance at Brownies & Lemonade afterparty. Stream the full remix album here.

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