If someone you're interested in tells you that they're "not made for love," then your bullshit detector should go berserk. That is, unless you're interested in a robot built for sex, then duh, you should've seen that one coming. This remix of Metronomy's "Not Made for Love," in which some presumably non-robot chick tells Metronomy vocalist Joseph Mount just that, gets the heartbreak turned way down by remixer Alalal, who fills the track with bombastic synths and drums, and distracts Mount's vocals from how broken up the singer is.
This remix appears on Metronomy's Not Made for Love EP with "Do the Right Thing," "What Do I Do Now," and a slew of remixes. The quartet will also be stepping stateside for a handful of West Coast dates, which happen to start on the day of the Not Made for Love EP's release.
10.08 San Diego, CA: The Loft, La Jolla^
10.09 Los Angeles, CA: The Roxy Theater^
10.10 San Francisco, CA: Bottom of the HIll^
10.11 Portland, OR: Holocene^
10.12 Seattle, WA: Nectar Lounge^
10.13 Vancouver, BC: The Red Room^
[Source: The Fader]
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