Bloc Party – Signs/Phoenix – 1901 (sayCet Remix)

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Bloc Party   Signs/Phoenix   1901 (sayCet Remix)
I liked Bloc Party’s Intimacy. And as far as I can tell, I am in the minority. “Signs” was always one of my favorite tracks from the album, because its twinkling synths and ballad pace pulled the whole album together. It was the epitome of Intimacy. Ambient Parisian masterminds sayCet took “Signs” and made it even better. Unlike Armand Van Helden’s dance-floor remix of “Signs,” found in the remix album, Intimacy Remixed, sayCet’s remix expands on the idea Bloc Party originally ran with. They added synths that are more impressive, more starry and more twinkly.

This is a bit older, but it’s still worth saying that sayCet also remixed Phoenix’s “1901.” Catch both remixed after the jump.

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