The Ways We Separate was the debut album from Brooklyn duo Beacon after introducing themselves to the world with the No Body and For Now EPs. These remixes reflect the diverse nature of the songs on the debut when you hear what these three producers create.
Canadian producer and UNO label affiliate Kuhrye-oo uses his drum & bass-style breaks to make Beacon's electronic-pop bounce on "Bring You Back" with serious gusto. Brooklyn house duo On "Drive," No Regular Play takes the original track's vocals and minor-key atmospherics securely in place and add an addition of a restrained and steady 4/4. Newly-minted Ghostly labelmate Fort Romeau takes the instantly accesible "Feeling's Gone" into straight house bliss to close this eclectic remix package.
The best music is music that can make you think as well as feel, sounds that are as visceral as they are cerebral. And the best love songs are those that acknowledge that the power of human sexual...check out Beacon's page and other releases