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The Temples kind of passed me by, indie rock not being my forte, however as a fan of a bit of psychedelic rock my interest was piqued having heard a remix by Time And Space Machine. So I find myself here. A lovely remix package of Shelter Song, I have to say I'm loving the Leftside Wobble version be ...

12" £7.49 HVN286

12" on Heavenly inc. Justin Robertson, Leftside Wobble, Society and Jagwar Ma remixes.

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Shelter Song by Temples
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8/10 Andrew Customer review, 10th November 2014

The Temples kind of passed me by, indie rock not being my forte, however as a fan of a bit of psychedelic rock my interest was piqued having heard a remix by Time And Space Machine. So I find myself here. A lovely remix package of Shelter Song, I have to say I'm loving the Leftside Wobble version best. With a bubbling acidic tweak giving it a bit of dancefloor oomph itvis a winner, certainly something I'll be looking to play out on a regular basis. The effect is pretty much like finding a Chemical Brothers remix of The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows from 1995. Which to me would be ace.

Elsewhere you get versions by Jagwar Ma, again nice, dialling up the dance and holding back on the rock, can imagine it doing well on more open minded balearic dancefloors. This is topped off with 2 further tweaks from Justin Robertson and Society, the latter being the least dancefloor oriented, though still an effective version.


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