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Shit Robot (Roman Flügel Remix)

All hail the Flügel

  • Funster
  • 9 March 2016
Shit Robot (Roman Flügel Remix)

DFA is one of our favourite imprints and the label with LCD Soundsystem hero James Murphy at the helm has always been an outlet for the weird, the wonderful and the downright danceable.

Operating out of NYC, the roster has always been an impressive blend of the indie and the electronic and none typify the sound more than Shit Robot. Irish producer Marcus Lambkin has released some absolute belters over the last decade and he's dropped two albums via his spiritual DFA home.

Last year his track 'Where It's At' lit up dancefloors when Johnny Aux transformed it into a rugged, sleazy house track with bad basslines and gangster Reggie Watts vocals. He's now getting ready to release a new album called 'What Follows' and the first offering is 'End Of The Trail' featuring Alexis Taylor.

The track got its first play via Zane Lowe's Beats1 show on Apple Music but we've got the premiere of its remix and it's very special indeed, as German wizard Roman Flügel has transformed the track into a fizzy, robotic roller.

Intergalactic bleeps, alien build-ups and an abundance of mechanical groove are present on this one. We reckon it's going to find its way into the maestro's sets and we can't wait to hear it out on a system. Check it.

'End Of The Trail' will be released on March 17

Funster is Mixmag's Digital Music Editor, follow him on Twitter

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