Edinburgh enigma Eyes of Others comes back with friends on the Global Warming Records catalog. Half a year after the release of his critically acclaimed mini-album Elevenses, he invited a couple of brilliant producers to rework his ghostly leftfield pop productions.
A fellow scotsman to start with, the sluggish beats enthusiast Coolant Bowser makes his remix debut here reshaping ‘Elevenses’ into a slow and swinging dancefloor heater.
Also on the lineup, our homeboy Jon Beige brings some heavily chemical energy with a slower-but-faster take on ‘First and Last’, loaded with high tech percussions and hypnotic dub soundscapes.
The release is visually scored by the Manchester-based creative studio DRME, using original Eyes of Others footage from a remote island in the Scottish Hebrides.
Global Warming Records is run by Franco-British producer and talent seeker Malcolm, who imagines and shapes each project hand in hand with his artists. Remixed Twice will be the label’s 17th release.