Wild

by Nomadic Firs

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about

The remix album for Nomadic Firs S/T cassette.

"ODESZA, a producer duo comprised of Harrison Mills (Catacombkid) and Clayton Knight (BeachesBeaches), performed a chillwave overhaul of "Cover Bombs" — a looping, sun-soaked strummer by Tennessee DIY project Nomadic Firs — for their self-released debut album, Summer's Gone. But the Seattle-based pair opted for a more literal interpretation of "Cover Bombs" for the music video." ~ SPIN Magazine

"Following the successs of their self-titled full length, Nomadic Firs have put together a collection of remixes featuring 25 tracks. This is one of the most diverse remix albums I have ever heard–almost every sound you can imagine can be found in at least one song." ~ Impose Magazine

"...young UK-based producer, Mountain Range, unleashed this glowingly beautiful Nomadic Firs remix, which has recently been my go to track after a long and tiring day of work." ~ Flashlight Tag

"25 great and edgy tracks brought to you by the most promising young soundcloud sensations." ~ Life is a Banana

"The original "Vines" is a playful psych-pop track with hazy vocals and a hypnotically catchy synth hook. The song is so catchy and playful it's no surprise that Leann Grimes decided to remix it." ~ In Your Speakers

"The guitar driven psych-pop songs of Tennessee based musician Ryan Boos' Nomadic Firs are given full de-rangements by a host of talented remix artists. I don't know whether this is just a collection of great (largely) unknown remixers, or this material just lends itself to remixing really well, but in either case it works wonderfully. The original songs are taken in the right direction; made spacier, accentuating the dreamy aspect of the tunes. There have already been a couple of impressive tracks to break out from this collection, namely Odesza's "Cover Bombs" and Mountain Range's take on "Get The Map", but the surprising thing is the uniformly excellent quality of the other tracks. This is a very well curated collection, and it's free. I consider this an essential download." ~ anothercountyheard

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released 23 October 2012

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