MIRRORS (REMIXED)
by DJ Seinfeld

— Released 15th April 2022

Swedish producer DJ Seinfeld (real name Armand Jakobsson) returns with “Mirrors (Remixed)”, featuring reworks and remixes from a carefully selected host of producers and artists - including salute, Themba, LSDXOXO, Moose Dawa, Trip Tease, godmode, Mona Yim, Kiimi, Closet Yi and Oscar Farrell - who all provide their own individually unique take on original tracks from DJ Seinfeld’s critically acclaimed 2021 album “Mirrors”. 

“The artists we asked to contribute to the rem...

Swedish producer DJ Seinfeld (real name Armand Jakobsson) returns with “Mirrors (Remixed)”, featuring reworks and remixes from a carefully selected host of producers and artists - including salute, Themba, LSDXOXO, Moose Dawa, Trip Tease, godmode, Mona Yim, Kiimi, Closet Yi and Oscar Farrell - who all provide their own individually unique take on original tracks from DJ Seinfeld’s critically acclaimed 2021 album “Mirrors”. 

“The artists we asked to contribute to the remix package are all people I admire, respect and believe in,” Seinfeld commented. “I wanted to have people from a wide range of styles, some of whom have been friends of mine for 10-15 years now, and some I've yet to meet in person. It's the first time someone has remixed my music and I couldn't be happier with what I've heard. It just reinforced my belief that we are lucky to live in a time of so much talent and promise”. 

Manchester based DJ/Producer salute (received support from Pitchfork, Crack, FADER and previously been Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record”) provides the lead remix of ‘Someday’. “When Armand asked me to pick a track off Mirrors to remix, I was immediately drawn to ‘Someday’” he comments, “The emotion oozing from the original made reworking it such a fun experience - I set out to make a glossy, almost over the top version and I'm super pleased with how it turned out. Love to Armand and Ninja Tune for the opportunity!”. 

Since the release of “Mirrors” last September DJ Seinfeld has taken his impressive new “Mirrors Live” tour on the road, including a triumphant debut sell out show at London’s EartH and sold out stops across Europe and North America, which lead to Mixmag to vote him as their #2 Live Act of 2021. Seinfeld continues to tour in the coming months with high profile festival slots such as Primavera 2022 and headline shows including - due to high demand - a return to London in May, this time at iconic venue Koko which sold out 5 months in advance. 

Recorded between Berlin and Malmo, “Mirrors” was the follow-up to Seinfeld’s breakthrough 2017 debut album “Time Spent Away From U” and his first for Ninja Tune. Named after a quote by Armand’s favourite writer, Argentine novelist Julio Cortázar, the album found the producer in a more settled and grounded mood after an unfortunate family incident forced the producer to spend more time at home in his native Sweden over the past few years. The record received impressive support from the likes of The Guardian, RA, The Fader, DJ Mag, Clash, XLR8R, Mixmag  (who also featured Seinfeld as their 2021 July cover star) and Pitchfork who said “It’s easy to imagine many of these songs soundtracking humongous outdoor festivals, perfectly synchronised with the setting sun”. Radio support came from the likes of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Jack Saunders and the Blessed Madonna. 

“Mirrors (Remixed)” is out 15th April on Ninja Tune. 

MIRRORS (REMIXED)
by DJ Seinfeld

— Released 15th April 2022

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Tracklist

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  1. 1
    She Loves Me  (godmode Nuptial Remix)
  2. 2
    Walking with Ur Smile  (Moose Dawa Remix)
  3. 3
    U Already Know  (Kiimi Remix)
  4. 4
    The Right Place  (Themba's Modern Africa Re-imagination)
  5. 5
    Home Calling  (Trip Tease Remix)
  6. 6
    These Things Will Come To Be  (LSDXOXO Remix)
  7. 7
    Tell Me One More Time  (Mona Yim Remix)
  8. 8
    Someday  (salute Remix)
  9. 9
    I Feel Better  (Oscar Farrell Remix)
  10. 10
    Song For The Lonely  (Closet Yi Remix)
  11.  
    Play All (10)
  1. 1
    She Loves Me  (godmode Nuptial Remix)
  2. 2
    Walking with Ur Smile  (Moose Dawa Remix)
  3. 3
    U Already Know  (Kiimi Remix)
  4. 4
    The Right Place  (Themba's Modern Africa Re-imagination)
  5. 5
    Home Calling  (Trip Tease Remix)
  6. 6
    These Things Will Come To Be  (LSDXOXO Remix)
  7. 7
    Tell Me One More Time  (Mona Yim Remix)
  8. 8
    Someday  (salute Remix)
  9. 9
    I Feel Better  (Oscar Farrell Remix)
  10. 10
    Song For The Lonely  (Closet Yi Remix)
  11.  
    Play All (10)

Swedish producer DJ Seinfeld (real name Armand Jakobsson) returns with “Mirrors (Remixed)”, featuring reworks and remixes from a carefully selected host of producers and artists - including salute, Themba, LSDXOXO, Moose Dawa, Trip Tease, godmode, Mona Yim, Kiimi, Closet Yi and Oscar Farrell - who all provide their own individually unique take on original tracks from DJ Seinfeld’s critically acclaimed 2021 album “Mirrors”. 

“The artists we asked to contribute to the rem...

Swedish producer DJ Seinfeld (real name Armand Jakobsson) returns with “Mirrors (Remixed)”, featuring reworks and remixes from a carefully selected host of producers and artists - including salute, Themba, LSDXOXO, Moose Dawa, Trip Tease, godmode, Mona Yim, Kiimi, Closet Yi and Oscar Farrell - who all provide their own individually unique take on original tracks from DJ Seinfeld’s critically acclaimed 2021 album “Mirrors”. 

“The artists we asked to contribute to the remix package are all people I admire, respect and believe in,” Seinfeld commented. “I wanted to have people from a wide range of styles, some of whom have been friends of mine for 10-15 years now, and some I've yet to meet in person. It's the first time someone has remixed my music and I couldn't be happier with what I've heard. It just reinforced my belief that we are lucky to live in a time of so much talent and promise”. 

Manchester based DJ/Producer salute (received support from Pitchfork, Crack, FADER and previously been Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record”) provides the lead remix of ‘Someday’. “When Armand asked me to pick a track off Mirrors to remix, I was immediately drawn to ‘Someday’” he comments, “The emotion oozing from the original made reworking it such a fun experience - I set out to make a glossy, almost over the top version and I'm super pleased with how it turned out. Love to Armand and Ninja Tune for the opportunity!”. 

Since the release of “Mirrors” last September DJ Seinfeld has taken his impressive new “Mirrors Live” tour on the road, including a triumphant debut sell out show at London’s EartH and sold out stops across Europe and North America, which lead to Mixmag to vote him as their #2 Live Act of 2021. Seinfeld continues to tour in the coming months with high profile festival slots such as Primavera 2022 and headline shows including - due to high demand - a return to London in May, this time at iconic venue Koko which sold out 5 months in advance. 

Recorded between Berlin and Malmo, “Mirrors” was the follow-up to Seinfeld’s breakthrough 2017 debut album “Time Spent Away From U” and his first for Ninja Tune. Named after a quote by Armand’s favourite writer, Argentine novelist Julio Cortázar, the album found the producer in a more settled and grounded mood after an unfortunate family incident forced the producer to spend more time at home in his native Sweden over the past few years. The record received impressive support from the likes of The Guardian, RA, The Fader, DJ Mag, Clash, XLR8R, Mixmag  (who also featured Seinfeld as their 2021 July cover star) and Pitchfork who said “It’s easy to imagine many of these songs soundtracking humongous outdoor festivals, perfectly synchronised with the setting sun”. Radio support came from the likes of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Jack Saunders and the Blessed Madonna. 

“Mirrors (Remixed)” is out 15th April on Ninja Tune.