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Well this couldn’t be more up our alley. As their latest project, remix extraordinaires The Chainsmokers take on ATG Records alums the Colourist‘s “Fix This.” The track appears on the Colourist’s Lido EP — also home to “Little Games” and “Yes Yes” — and makes for a surprisingly fitting candidate for the DJ duo’s banger treatment. Give it a listen below.
DC: You can catch The Chainsmokers next week when they play the last All Things Gold of 2013, next Thursday, December 12th at U Street Music Hall. Grab your tickets at the link below.
The video is produced by Watain and Johan Bååth who already directed the band’s 'Opus Diaboli' DVD in 2012.
WATAIN comment: "The Outlaw video is a knife stab in the face of todays clean and witty metal scene and yet another step for us to bring back something real and extreme into this limping music movement."
A short interview with Erik about the ideas and the inspiration behind the video is available on the band's website - www.templeofwatain.com.
Sean was prompted to release the new single following positive reactions to his recent live performance of the song on LFC TV.
Sean said: “I performed a version of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ on the clubs channel before my performance at the Liverpool Irish Festival back in October. The response was so overwhelming that I decided to release the song, with the addition of a B Side of Silent Night recorded in Austin, Texas.”
He added: “All profits from the single will go to the Hillsborough Justice Campaign (HJC), which includes those bereaved by and survivors of the Hillsborough Disaster as well as supporters of the continued fight for justice. I am a lifelong Liverpool FC fan and my family are Liverpool-Irish – but everyone should support the HJC.”
The single is available now on iTunes and CD's of the single are available in exchange for a donation @HJC_Official Shop. 178 Walton Breck Road, Liverpool.
Boston rock band Grass Is Green will be putting out their album Vacation Vinny next month. We already heard album closer “Vacation 2.0″ the other week and now they’ve shared the album’s opener “Sammy So-Sick” which continues to show their specific flavor of punk rock, which is always unpredictable, but never wanders too far without throwing down a great hook. Listen to it below.
After the Chi-Town remix, Kells calls on Nipsey Hussle and Too $hort on the west coast remix of “My Story.”
R. Kelly’s Black Panties album is in next week.
Previously: Video: R.Kelly & 2 Chainz – Live On Jimmy Kimmel