Last month, Museum Of Love – the New York-based duo of Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany – returned with “Cluttered World.” Today, they share its remix by Parrot and Cocker Too alongside remixes of “Marching Orders” by Justin Van Der Volgen. The 12” will be released on May 21st and is available to preorder now.
Parrot and Cocker Too are Sheffield music legends Richard Barratt (aka Crooked Man, aka DJ Parrot, one half of Sweet Exorcist) and Jarvis Cocker, who needs no introduction. Parrot and Cocker Too reimagine the claustrophobic subterranean stomp of “Cluttered World” by leading it past velvet drapes and down into the basement of a club, molding it into a futuristic torch song in the process.
Justin Van Der Volgen is a Brooklyn-based producer and DJ who runs the My Rules label. His new mixes of “Marching Orders” stretch out all the elements of the ultra-rhythmic original into a clattering, irritable whistling-led street party dub.
Pat Mahoney, founder and drummer of all-conquering NYC band LCD Soundsystem, and McNany, known for his production work as Jee Day, formed Museum Of Love in 2013 and released their lauded self-titled debut the following year. Their new album, Life Of Mammals, is out July 9th on Skint Records.
“Cluttered World / Marching Orders (Remix)” EP Tracklist
1. Cluttered World (Parrot & Crocker Too Remix)
2. Marching Orders (Justin Van Der Volgen Dub)
3. Marching Orders (Justin Van Der Volgen Remix)