Man of Moon release BETA WAVES’ remix of ‘Ride The Waves’

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Man of Moon today released track six of their Chemicals: The Remixes series, BETA WAVES’ version of ‘Ride The Waves’ from the band’s recent Chemicals EP.

At just over 3 minutes long it doesn’t stick about but still manages to find the space for a couple of subtle changes of direction along the way: edging towards the euphoric as it unfolds, without quite going for the jugular.

It’s a good solid addition to the series; there are two more remixes to come before it gets a proper physical release later in the year.


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