Premiere: Auntie Flo Remix Of Red Snapper
Later this year Red Snapper will release their seventh studio album 'Hyena' on the excellent Lo Recordings. A new chapter in their fascinating career that has spanned two decades during which they've explored the stripped back nature of the drum and the bass in all its many different forms. Red Snapper were one Warp's first non-doof-doof plink plonk signings way back in 1996 who they recorded three albums for. New album Hyena is an afrofunk psychedelic road trip, influenced by the music that they composed in 2013 for 70s cult Senegalese film Touki Bouki. The dark energy of Red Snapper is still all there…
There's a single incoming with a cracking Auntie Flo remix of which we have the premiere of righ here:
You can listen to it below… and read an interview with Richard Thair the guiding rhythm of Snapper here.
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