Remix Recommendations

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Chris Connelly (solo artist, Ministry, Pigface, RevCo)

Chris Connelly

Chris Connelly

"When he told me he wanted to do remixes for other artists, I said ‘Oh REALLY?? Well, have at it!!!’ And I handed him a couple of the most abstract, non linear, perfectly arrangement-free pieces I had composed in recent years. ‘Verses & choruses are for complete LOSERS!’ I sneered, and with a maniacal laugh I left him to it. 

A few days later I was stunned at what he had done. Without interfering with the completely nebulous, layered nature of the pieces, (‘Picassa’ & ‘The Sun Is A Maze’ from my forthcoming album ‘Sleeping Partner’) he brought a completely new dimension and drive to them, as if someone changed the lighting in a room strewn with artifacts and objects. Everything was still there, but the mood was enhanced, the shadows had changed, and the colours had deepened, and become more radiant. There was also more structure and space amongst the dense layers I had created. 

Clearly he has a head for this stuff, and he obviously LOVES a challenge. I look forward to challenging him again soon!”

Chris Connelly - Sleeping Partner

Chris Connelly

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Ania Tarnowska (I Ya Toyah)

Ania Tarnowska

Ania Tarnowska

“Dan is beyond talented. His creative approach to sound design, stellar work ethic, passionate attitude, and high standards are only some of the great qualities he represents. It was a pleasure to have him on board for my remix project! He transformed an existing song into an amalgam of musical vibes, elevating the original track to the next level of awesomeness.” 

-Ania Tarnowska (I Ya Toyah

Glass Eyes (The Joy Thieves Remix)

I Ya Toyah

Glass Eyes Remix tells a story about mental crash as a consequence of a chain reaction caused by social expectations, pressure and fear of failure, resulting in procrastination, inaction and...insanity. Cyberpunk glitch lures into an electrically intense soundscape. Fast-paced, aggressive electronic beat goes against storytelling vocals, changing
Glass Eyes Remix tells a story about mental crash as a consequence of a chain reaction caused by social expectations, pressure and fear of failure, resulting in procrastination, inaction and...insanity. Cyberpunk glitch lures into an electrically intense soundscape. Fast-paced, aggressive electronic beat goes against storytelling vocals, changing back and forth from smooth to dark and disturbing. The vibe of anticipation, supported by edgy synths sounds, builds up to the aggressive, guitar heavy choruses in which the chaos takes over, and things get out of control.

"When Ania and I started talking about the possibility of The Joy Thieves doing a remix for I Ya Toyah, I was secretly hoping it would be Glass Eyes, because it is my very favorite track from Code Blue. There was something about the guitars in the chorus that immediately made me think that I would have a great time remixing it. And I was right!" - states Dan Milligan of The Joy Thieves.

“I think of Glass Eyes as psychoanalysis” - says I Ya Toyah ( aka Ania Tarnowska). “This release manifests another side of human complexity, the unconquered, unknown part of unconscious mind- source of automatic thoughts and dreams that brings repressed feelings and hidden phobias to the surface in the form of symptoms. For the video, premiering exclusively on The Spill Magazine November 15th, I thought placing the plot in claustrophobic surroundings will best represent that struggle in visual form and hopefully engage the conversation about mental health and our abilities to explain personality, motivation and mental disorders.”


© ℗ I Ya Toyah 2019
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Raymond Watts (PIG, KMFDM)

Raymond Watts

Raymond Watts

"Dan put the <PIG> song Confession into the mangler, squeezed and teased and the life out of it, boiled its blood down to its essence...infected and injected it into its new steel skinned body...the Confession remix was risen. Fitter, faster and fatter."

Groovie Mann (My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, Darling Kandie)

Martin King (Dogtablet, Test Dept, Pigface)

Sapphira Vee

Joe Crudgington (Drownd)

Stephanie Stryker (Amulet)

Kat Bastow & Ari Mansell (Manticore Kiss)

Dave McAnally (.SYS Machine, Derision Cult)

Ged Denton (Der Prosector, C-Tec)

Adrian Halo (Machines With Human Skin)

Brent Heinz (Darling Kandie, Probe 7, The AXIOM Divide),

Scott-David Allen (A Covenant of Thorns, The Burying Kind)

Brian Hodges (The Blue Hour)

Jack Alberson (Blacklight, J. Robot)

Derek Christopher (Wandering Stars)

Ed Finkler/Funkatron (Dead Agent)

Kristin Sanchez (Dance Loud Music)

Dee J nelson & Eric Liljehorn (Death Pop Radio)