BRONSON take the reigns for Foreign Family Collective’s ‘Intermission Broadcast Mix 012’
Welcome back, BRONSON.
On January 13, Foreign Family Collective sent YouTube into a tizzy with a boxing glove emoji. BRONSON fans didn’t have to think twice about its significance; the scarlet cue signaled a joint ODESZA and Golden Features “Intermission Broadcast” mix—”012,” to be exact.
The day of BRONSON’s “Intermission Broadcast” reckoning would come on February 17, just a little over a month after Hayden James dictated the sound of “Mix 011” in the serial. Needless to say, BRONSON’s “Intermission Broadcast” lead role was hotly anticipated, and not without good reason. The band of collaborators largely remained silent on the release front after furnishing their show-stopping, self-titled debut LP, save for BRONSON Remixes N°.1 and N°.2, of course.
BRONSON’s second-ever mix—following their Triple J debut during the August of 2020—features two of their own edits, one of DJ Koze‘s remix of Moderat’s “Bad Kingdom” and the other, of CamelPhat‘s spin on Fatboy Slim‘s “Right Here, Right Now.” All this and more is yours in the 57-minute mix below.