Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Great Ecstasy Of...

The Great Ecstasy of James Rutledge (Lo Alternative Frequencies: March 16, 2009) isn't a dance-floor album. With two tracks, both clocking in at over 20 minutes, its an experience of synthetic environments and oscillating ambiences. Its available in digital and cassette.

If you're missing the backbeat, though, James Rutledge has you covered, too. He's recently released a remix for Esser's track "Headlock" and is working on remixes for Bombay Bicycle Club and Fever Ray.

Esser :: Headlock (Jamers Rutledge Remix)
The Kills :: Last Day of Magic (James Rutledge Remix)

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