Here's the full thing, if folks haven't heard it yet...
I did a new PSB turntable mix of Psychological.
I love the relentless, sinister bass-riff of Psychological but always wished there was more of it. While fapping around with the loop I noticed that a ridiculous, 4/4 bass-drum was exactly what the song needed. There are also chopped up elements of the Alter Ego mix added for some extra sensory overload. The vocal part starts at around 3:05.
I really like the extended breakdown of the middle-8 and the bit after "cellophane", where the track begins to soar. It´s one for the bangers brigade for sure.
I´m currently working on a combination mix of I Want A Dog, trying to balance the best bits of the single mix with the album version.
It was a soundtrack they did for a play based on the 80s film "My beautiful laundrette". The play was in 2019, I think? It was available on CD last year via their annual fan publication, released on streaming for the first time three weeks ago. "No boundaries" was previously available as a B-side.
everybodynobody asked for my I Want A Dog remix, which I announced in March, I gladly post it here. It mixes the 7" mix with the Frankie Knuckles version until "poppers o´clock". Ask Al Pacino! It comes with full video, you´re welcome!
Because COVID-19 have made it impossible for them to make coin for the past two years probably. Of course I’d have preferred a NOAH or *insert conscious brand* collab but it is what it is.Out of all possible choices why would the Pet shop Boys do TShirts with Zara? A company that produces masses of clothes using other people’s ideas before these ideas have even hit the shelves themselves.. I don’t want to start a wider discussion why Zara and all the other Fast Fashion brands are more than a little problematic but I am just a tiny bit disappointed