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Swedish Producer 1991 Has Made a Remix That Sounds like the '90s

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Last week, The FADER's Duncan Cooper wrote about a song by a Swedish producer called 1987. Today, I'm writing about a remix by a Swedish producer called 1991. You don't need me to do the math but I'm going to anyway: 1991's got four whole years on 1987. While you let that fact sink in, I urge you to tap play on the Soundcloud stream below and succumb to the frazzled vision of 1991. His remix of the beguiling named Stockholm artist Quiltland grounds her otherworldly transmission, "Extension Class," in the era he's named after. Sticking and catching like a worn-out cassette tape reel, the song plays out like the end-credits of The X Files—implying everything, revealing nothing. Who doesn't love a lil' mystery? 1991's remix will feature on Quiltland's forthcoming debut album out June 30th on London label Astro:Dynamics.

Swedish Producer 1991 Has Made a Remix That Sounds like the '90s