TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB "Something Good Can Work" (The Twelves Remix) MP3

Two Door Cinema Club

The United Kingdom found their answer to the United States of America’s Vampire Weekend:  Two Door Cinema Club. One difference though is that the trio has a single that gets a treatment from Brazil’s The Twelves.  The duo has produced hit remixes for Daft Punk, Black Kids, Fever Ray, Metric, La Roux, Asobi Seksu and so on.  Adding Kitsuné Records’ Two Door Cinema Club to that list doesn’t just add filler to their killer discography of remixes, it enhances it.  These young UK kids’ single “Something Good Can Work” is full of jovial jangly guitars and an irresistable thumping chorus.  So now you may ask how do you remix a song that is already irresistable?  Well, you turn it into a dance floor jam track of course!  The Twelves lay their usual electro disco beats onto the track and did no wrong by doing so.  The monster pop track gets turned into a monster electro disco dance floor jam.  ‘Nuff said.

Make sure to catch Two Door Cinema Club on their upcoming tour supporting their new album Tourist History.  The Twelves will also be doing their duties on numerous DJ booths around the world as well.

MP3: “Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)


1 Response to “TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB "Something Good Can Work" (The Twelves Remix) MP3”

  1. 1 TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB “What You Know” (Young Empires Remix) MP3 « TWENTYSEVEN VIEWS Trackback on February 16, 2011 at 11:41 pm

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