As part on the ongoing King of Limbs remix series, Radiohead have announced the date for the third installment. The limited edition 12″ for this set will feature the remixes of “Feral” by Lone, “Morning Mr. Magpie” by Pearson Sound Scavenger and “Seperator” by Four Tet.
The three track set will be available in the same style as the others, as a limited edition 12″ vinyl. It will be released on July 28th, but is open for pre-order on BoomKat (where you can also purchase the previous releases).
If you’d like to listen before you buy, the first set of remixes, featuring “Little by Little” by Caribou and “Lotus Flower” by Jacques Greene, is available online at Consequence of Sound. The second single that featured Nathan Fake’s remix of “Morning Mr. Magpie” as well as two remixes of “Bloom” from Mark Pritchard are not currently streaming online.
King of Limbs should be considered one of the best–but sorely overlooked–albums of 2011, so make sure to give it a listen, or three!
What do you think of the King of Limbs remixes so far? Have you heard the original album yet?Tags: Bloom, Consequence of Sound, Feral, Four Tet, July release, King of Limbs, Mark Pritchard, Morning Mr. Magpie, Nathan Fake, online streeaming, radiohead, Remix, Seperator, Thom Yorke, vinyl