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Destroyer - "Forces From Above (Remix)" b/w "Times Square, Poison Season"*-Indie Vinyl Den

Destroyer - "Forces From Above (Remix)" b/w "Times Square, Poison Season"*

  • $ 500

From the pen of DJ—

DJ has heard of dubstep. DJ is sickened by the organic, human nature of the album version of “Forces From Above” and of the Poison Season feel in general, when the words are so often about mechanized abuse at a societal level. It makes no sense. However, DJ understands malaise and being lost in the simple maze (a couple of squiggly lines) of one’s dreary thoughts. DJ knows for a fact that “Forces From Above” is about CAMPS, like internment camps and concentration camps.

DJ heard this from Bejar himself, muttered once or twice, in his bunk. DJ mixes are not interested in release; they are exercises in tension that go nowhere, much like a life. DJ dabbles in queer theory. DJ mixes on an iPhone; too bad
DJ says, “Destroyer’s sadness is no match for mine. Mine cannot be contained. It never has been able to be.” Extemporaneous night is something DJ is working on. DJ mourns the undanceability of his mixes, but it won’t always be this way.

DJ does not believe techno music to be a suitable medium for songwriters.
DJ created this mix as a response to the challenge of making an unmasterable WAV file.

12-inch includes a coupon for a full download.

Forces From Above (DJ remix) Destroyer 05:55
Times Square, Poison Season Destroyer 04:53

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