Nicolas Jaar's Darkside collaborator Dave Harrington is currently in the midst of his 12 Days of Remixes, in which he's giving away a bunch of awesome remixes/edits for free over on his Soundcloud. Harrington says of the project:
Darkside's Dave Harrington's debut EP, Before This There Was One Heart But A Thousand Thoughts, is out next week on Nicolas Jaar's Other People label. You can download the beautifully sweeping, cinematic (think Morricone in his more experimental moments) multi-part A-side now by subscribing to Other People here...
The latest stellar weekly offering from Nicolas Jaar's Other People serial label: a dreamy, floating new remix of Small Black's Frankie Rose-assisted single "Lines of Latitude", re-worked by their friend, Darkside's Dave Harrington. Download it by subscribing to Other People here...
Awesome new mix by Dave Harrington of Darkside for the latest installment of Modular's always stellar Modcast series, featuring exclusive edits/remixes of tracks from Empress of, the Knife, Gang Gang Dance, Braids, and more. Coincidentally, Darkside is in TX right now for a few shows, starting here in Dallas tomorrow night. A few words from DH about the mix, and the full tracklist,
Nico Jaar gets a rare official remix, as his frequent collaborator + the other half of DARKSIDE, Dave Harrington, drops a throbbing, kind of ominous re-work of "Why Didn't You Save Me," featuring breathy vocals from Tamara. Sign up for Jaar's serial subscription label Other People to get exclusive tracks every week, including this one + more from the label's first release, TRUST: