Bombay Bicycle Club ‘Carry Me’ Push Music’s discontruction mix – free download
Taking the incredible first single from “So Long See You Tomorrow”, Push Music move ‘Carry Me’ onto the dancefloor. Keeping key parts of the original arrangement and adding drums and extra synth lines – ‘Indie-dance’ is not a dirty word here.
Early DJ support from the the C90s, Andy Meecham (The Emperor Machine), Eddy Temple-Morris (XFM), Lauren Laverne (6 Music) and Tronik Youth, the Push Music ‘disconstruction’ mix is now available to download for free.
About Bombay Bicycle Club
A stellar year for the English indie rock band from Crouch End as they ride a wave of commercial and critical success for “So Long See You Tomorrow” which topped the album charts in February. Jack Steadman on the Push Music remix of ‘Carry Me’: “We never even considered remixes for Carry Me as it was quite an intricate track, Bill has turned it inside out – it was never meant to be four on the floor but boy does this work”.
About Push Music
Known for his DJ sets and production that includes a mix of disco, indie, house and electronica, Push Music continues to expand the boundaries of moving a crowd. With airplay from Radio One’s Rob Da Bank, guest mixes for XFM and remixes for bands like Blank Cinema (support from both 6 Music and XFM), 2014 looks like a good year for live drums and analogue synths.