GHOSTLY Releases Terrific New Remixes Of Matthew Dear’s “Fighting Is Futile” Including Benoit And Sergio

by • January 29, 2013 • MusicComments (0)632

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GHOSTLY gave a heads up to Matthew Dear’s new batch of remixes for his track “Fighting Is Futile” from his acclaimed album Beams earlier today.  GHOSTLY writes, “Seth Troxler’s mix accentuates the original’s outro, building it into a strange, dreamlike journey that echoes the song’s ‘Take a trip on something else’ refrain.  Bulgarian producer KiNK places the highlight firmly on the track’s bottom end, stripping the song down to its pulsing bassline and insistent kickdrum, before slowly building it back up into a brooding dancefloor filler.  GHOSTLY labelmates and DFA affiliates Benoit and Sergio, meanwhile, launch the track into a spaced-out interzone of echo-laden vocals and slow, intricate synth textures.”  You can read the full feature by visiting TheGHOSTLYstore.com, and stream Benoit and Sergio’s contribution below.  And no post featuring Benoit and Sergio would be complete without another listen to their brilliant “Let Me Count The Ways”.  To listen to and learn more about Benoit & Sergio you can follow them on Facebook and Soundcloud.

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