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Deptford Goth Has Turned Fyfe's "For You" into a Hall of Mirrors

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When you're a singer/producer known for sweetly mournful songs that dance around the head, how do you approach a remix of another singer/producer who swims in similar circles? If you're Deptford Goth then you try splitting the atom. On the Peckham-based artist's remix of London upstart Fyfe's saxophone ballad "For You," he play with reflection and refraction, sending every element into free-fall, echoing into and around its original form as if it were strolling through a hall of mirrors. The result is quite enchanting. Believe Recordings will release Fyfe's new single, "For You," including this Deptford Goth remix on July 21st.

Deptford Goth Has Turned Fyfe's "For You" into a Hall of Mirrors