Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Another Glass of Milke?

A few weeks ago I posted "Love Get Out of My Way," by the synth pop duo Milke and included the Designer Drugs remix as a bonus. Well, apparently they band had a few more tricks up their sleeve and released a few more remixes of said single. This time Fireman and Qoso take a stab at the stylish synth pop sounds of this duo and come up with two completely different interpretations.

In case you forgot (and don't want to search the blog), Milke is inspired by the third French wave of Kitsune artists, electro pop, Stuart Price and the DFA, mixed with the pop sensibilities of Eurythmics, The Cure, Talking Heads, Stevie Wonder and Prince. With a KLF approach to creativity (minus the sheep slaying or pounds burning), Milke sings about displacement, mental illness, love and love-lost, obsession and sex. You know, the usual stuff.

Download: Love Get Out of My Way (Fireman Remix)
Download: Love Get Out of My Way (Qoso Remix)

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