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Hundreds' 'Aftermath' Got an Icy Rinse from The/Das and Christian Löffler

Brrr—it's chilly in here.

by VICE Thump
Nov 24 2014, 7:00pm

The story behind Hundreds' Aftermath Remixes EP is a long and convoluted one. Here's the shortened version: in 2012, the pop duo (siblings Eva and Philipp Milner) found out that Dixon had released a bootleg remix of their song "Machine." They called him out on it, and he apologized, saying that he'd make him a real remix sometime. This year, Hundreds released their album Aftermath, and promptly called up Dixon—along with artists like The/Das, Christian Löffler, Robag Wruhme, and Brandt Brauer Frick, to make a full EP of remixes. Dixon ducked out of the deal this time around, but everyone else delivered. So here's the final product from The/Das—who turn "Please Rewind" into an icy, menacing beast—and Christian Löffler, who put his chilled-out, introspective spin on "Ten Headed Beast." 

Hundreds' Aftermath Remixes EP is out today, grab it here 

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