Local Natives Release Entirety Of Gorilla Manor For Remix

Local Natives have just finished an epic year, touring the world in support of their critically acclaimed debut Gorilla Manor. But just before they go into hiding to start work on their second record, they’re wrapping a few things up first.

The band are adding the last four unreleased stems to their remix site, allowing fans and other artists to remix any song they like. All tracks are then posted for the world to download and enjoy.

Local Natives are planning on releasing their favorites on a special compilation later this month, so any remixes must be submitted by Dec 15th to be eligible.

“We are happy to announce that we just released the stems to the remaining last four songs from the album on our remix site (Airplanes, Warning Sign, Cubism Dream, and Stranger Things). Also, in light of all the awesome remixes we’ve received over the past six months, we’re going to pick our favorites and package them into a sort of “Best-Of” compilation, so make sure to get any remixes in by December 15th to make the cut. Here is a download of a groovy take of “Stranger Things” by Wallpaper. Enjoy, and happy holiday remixing! Spike that eggnog, hug your loved ones, and feel that spirit.”

Check out http://stems.heroku.com/ for more info.

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