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Dylan Brady, Mechatok and more remix Hannah Diamond's 'Reflections'

Hannah Diamond’s debut album just keeps on giving

  • Jemima Skala
  • 26 April 2020
Dylan Brady, Mechatok and more remix Hannah Diamond's 'Reflections'

Hannah Diamond released remixes from her debut album ‘Reflections’ this week. It features cuts from 100 Gecs’ Dylan Brady, Mechatok, Yung Sherman, Palmistry and PC Music acolyte umru. Everyone featured on ‘Reflections Remixes’ is a close friend and collaborator of Hannah Diamond’s.

Despite being a key player in sculpting the signature PC Music sound, Hannah Diamond only released her first full-length album ‘Reflections’ last year. Hotly anticipated, it was produced by A. G. Cook and EASYFUN and expertly melded pop with dissonant and shattering productions.

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Dylan Brady, already heavily influenced by PC Music in his own 100 Gecs project which he runs alongside Laura Les, spikes ‘Invisible’ with his signature chaotic, abrasive clattering production. Palmistry’s reimagining of the cry-on-the-dancefloor banger ‘Love Goes On’ features guest vocals from Swedish rapper and producer Bladee. Notably, Mechatok also delivers an EDM-inspired rework of ‘Fade Away’.

Speaking on ‘Reflections Remixes’, Hannah Diamond says, “I wanted to put out a remix project of my ‘Reflections’ album because almost every song on it is really emotional and the production that AG and EASYFUN worked on was so specific to those feelings. I wanted to see what other lives these songs could have and also what some of my other collaborators could interpret from them.”

Listen to ‘Reflections Remixes’ here.

Jemima Skala is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter

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