The Fatboy Slim vs Australia remix EP is full of absolute heaters

The Fatboy Slim vs Australia remix EP is full of absolute heaters

Featuring bangers from Set Mo, The Kite String Tangle, LO'99 and...Shane Warne?

Late last year a very lush remix of Praise You by Fatboy Slim appeared courtesy of The Kite String Tangle, and today the EP from whence it came has now been released. And what a ripping EP. No one wants to touch the classics, but when it's curated by the big man himself, you know some care and attention has been put into it. And if you're one of the artists tasked with remixing Fatboy Slim, you wanna do it justice. AND, if you wanna release it properly, who else do you get to launch it but the king of spin himself...

There's a little something for everyone here, from dirty late-night club stompers and housey delights (Sam La More, Set Mo, LO'99, Aston Shuffle), mainroom trap (Carmada) and and something totally different from Northlane of all people: "I’m totally down for vs Australia, sounds like a dual and a whole lot of fun if ever I heard it... Let the people decide when I come to play in January...dance bitch." It also signifies the commencement of his headline Australian shows for Electric Gardens Festival - check those dates down the bottom.

TOUR DATES:

19 January – Perth, Red Hill Auditorium
20 January – Melbourne, St Kilda Foreshore
21 January – Melbourne, St Kilda Foreshore
25 January – Brisbane, Showgrounds
26 January – Adelaide, Serafino Winery, McLaren Vale
27 January – Sydney, Centennial Park

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