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A1: They Know Your Name - Dodo Nkishi
B1: They Know Your Name - Machinedrum Remix - Dodo Nkishi
One of the biggest surprises in the still young history of Modeselektor’s Monkeytown Records was the alliance with Mouse on Mars, who released their 10th studio album “Parastrophics” after a 5 years long break this February.
The album didn’t just mark the very welcome return of these legendary producers, it also meant a significant change in sound for the ever progressing Mouse on Mars. Playing with various elements of contemporary club music mixed with their trademark sound research, the now Berliners have proven to be as current and modern as ever, even almost 20 years after the release of their first album “Vulvaland” on Too Pure Records.
“They Know Your Name” featuring Dodo NKishi is one of the stand out tracks of the album “Parastrophics”. The extremely limited 7inch single contains a brand new Mouse on Mars rework on the A-Side, while the B-Side hosts a remix by Machinedrum of Merck, Planet Mu and Lucky Me fame.