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Eric Copeland Deconstructs Two Songs by Teenage Duo Dub Thompson

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On this new pair of remixes, New York freak-scene staple Eric Copeland puts his stamp on a couple of tracks by LA-bred newcomers Dub Thomspon. The duo, which includes teenagers Matt Pulos and Evan Laffer, makes schizophrenic, genre-hopping rock music that's heavy and loud and constructed with a certain West Coast haziness. Copeland's edits of "Dograces" and "Invoice," both from Dub Thompson's 9 Songs debut, are wrought with a kind of New York alienation; they sound weirder, sparser, a little bit more anxious. The remixes are available to purchase through Bleep and 9 Songs is out now on Dead Oceans.

Stream: Dub Thompson, “Dograces (Eric Copeland Remix)"

Stream: Dub Thompson, “Invoice (Eric Copeland Remix)"

Eric Copeland Deconstructs Two Songs by Teenage Duo Dub Thompson