[news to us] Al Lover releases "Psychedelic Reinterpretations of Contemporary Rock n' Roll"

Just stumbled across this FREE bandcamp release by remix artist Al Lover. I don't know much about this dude, but just from browsing through his releases (including remixes of Captain Beefheart's 'Safe as Milk' Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, and various artists on Woodsist), I'd say he's on the level. This time Al has released an insane 10 track album called "Distorting Reverberations (of Reverberating Distoration): Psychedelic Remixes of Contemporary Rock n' Roll," featuring remixes of some of our favorite groups, a few of which have been featured here. Stand-out tracks include White Fence's "Sticky Fruitman Has Faith," Ty Segall's "Fist Heart Mighty Dawn Dart," King Tuff's "Sun Medallion," Natural Child's "White Man's Burden," and Jeff The Brotherhood's "Hey Friend." Those of you who aren't really into DJ music will probably groan through this one, but if you're willing to give it a chance, I think you'll find it pretty sweet. Preview it below, then head to bandcamp to download it and some of Al Lover's other remixes.

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