What's so good?
By Devin Duckworth | Jan 23, 2012

U.K.'s own Spector has been making a splash from across the pond for the past few months, and for our listening pleasure has recently released a remixed version of Florence + The Machine's epic and alluring "No Light, No Light." (This track has also been remixed by Dave Sitek, which you can find here.)

The title says "Ryan Gosling Remix" and although I see no sign of his sexy croons here, I still find the track just as stimulating.

Layering their electro glitter paint onto an already spectacular song, this new version creates a complementary sound that is not only captivating but also aggressively endearing. The synths, heavy bass and urgent explosives of darkness are unexpected embellishments that we wouldn't typically associate with a Florence + The Machine track, but it just proves that all that glitters is music gold.
Devin Duckworth
Devin is the Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director for TEETH Mag. @devinduck