Detroit collective the Armed have launched a remix of “Ketamine” by Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum—the band fronted by Dexter and Six Ft Beneath actor Michael C. Corridor. The group additionally contains former Wallflowers drummer Peter Yanowitz and keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen, who has performed with Blondie. Take heed to the Armed’s rendition of “Ketamine” beneath.
“‘Ultrapop’ is greater than a critically-acclaimed, game-changing, genre-defining album,” the Armed’s Dan Greene mentioned in an announcement, referring to the group’s 2021 report. “It’s a language. It’s a device set. It’s its personal vernacular. This adaptation of ‘Ketamine’ is an train in translation. And within the spirit of the dialect, the result’s all issues, without delay. It’s delicate and earnest. It’s exhilarating. Terrifying. It’s extreme and ruthless.”
“Ketamine” initially appeared on Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum’s debut self-titled EP, which obtained launched in April 2020. The trio adopted the EP with the full-length Thanks for Coming in February 2021. The band’s new Ketamine Remixes EP is popping out Could 13 through Morpho Music.
Learn in regards to the Armed’s Ultrapop in Pitchfork’s checklist of “The 31 Greatest Rock Albums of 2021.”
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