Listen to the winning entry for Last Dinosaurs' Apollo remix comp, from Adelaide's Cavlry

Listen to the winning entry for Last Dinosaurs' Apollo remix comp, from Adelaide's Cavlry

Last Dinosaurs' Miracle Methods tour has just kicked off.

A few months ago to celebrate the announcement of Last Dinosaurs' Miracle Methods tour, the group announced a remix competition - asking budding producers out there to tackle their single Apollo. In exchange they'll receive a custom Ryusuke Effects guitar pedal, handmade by frontman Sean Caskey himself and retailing for $250 (see below):

last dinosaurs effects pedal

And today we're very excited to announce the winning entry to that comp, coming from Adelaide-based producer Lewis Brideson AKA Cavlry. Brideson has turned the original into a luscious piece of floating electronica, taking the track into the clouds for a dreamy re-do that we can't get enough of. Take it in below, make sure you follow Cavalry on SOUNDCLOUD and/or FACEBOOK, and check the remaining Last Dinosaurs tour dates down the bottom.

TOUR DATES:

Thu 2 June - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Fri 3 June - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Sat 4 June - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Thu 9 June - Newtown Social Club, Sydney

Fri 10 June - Newtown Social Club, Sydney (SOLD OUT)

Sat 11 June - Newtown Social Club, Sydney (SOLD OUT)

Follow Last Dinosaurs: FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

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