Tuesday Music News

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  • French dance producer Alan Braxe has created a stunning remix of Franz Ferdinand‘s single “Evil Eyes.” It’s a bit of a creepy track, but Braxe was able to make it a haunting dance groove. This should be an instant addition to everyone’s Halloween party playlist, somewhere between “Thriller” and “Monster Mash”. [Stereogum]

  • Angel Haze completed work on her album this summer, but there’s still no official word on a release date. As a part of her 30 Gold Series, she’s releasing one freestyle per day. Today’s offering has her taking on Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead.” [Pitchfork]

  • The Dismemberment Plan dropped their highly anticipated reunion album, Uncanney Valley TODAY. To add even more hype to this release, they’ve shared the video for their track “Waiting.” It’s quirky video filled with stellar sign language and colorful backdrops, which fit the bubbly song perfectly. [CoS]

  • Machinedrum, aka Neon Black or Travis Stewart, has shared a remix of Jamie Lidell‘s hit “Big Love.” The original version is so 80s and this remix stays true to form, but adds a crazy infusion of snares and electric beats. The result is a pulsating club track that fits Lidell’s voice perfectly. [Stereogum]

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