While he’s not performing in the avant-pop dance troupe PERSONS, Hamilton’s Jackson Darby can be found managing his own “personal” record label by day, or, laying down left-field club tracks as NPNP by night. Last October, he put out a split 7-inch through Personal Records, featuring Toronto’s Bile Sister on the A-side and Hamilton’s Bbomit on the B-side.
Today, we are premiering two NPNP remixes of tracks from said split. The first is an off-kilter house re-work of Bile Sister’s synth-laden “Leiko” that features chopped-up vocals and rolling toms that transform into a propulsive 4/4 rhythm. The second is a loose take on Bbomit’s “Choppadu2” that smooths out the breaks and sprinkles chimes amidst a shuffling beat. Stream both tracks below:
Purchase the original 7″ Split w/ Bile Sister and Bbomit here.
See NPNP perform live tonight at Sous Bas in Hamilton, ON as part of his ‘Personal Touch’ event series. RSVP here.