The young producer chalks up another great remix.

Edinburgh art school alumni Django Django have just released their second album, Born Under Saturn, including the single ‘Reflections’, a tightly wound psych-pop shiner that sounds a bit like the Beach Boys discovering piano house.

Perhaps looking for a bit of rough to go with their smooth, the band have picked Happa for a remix, and the teenage techno producer has duly dismantled ‘Reflections’ and rebuilt it as a gnarly industrial grinder with a nod to the grotty breaks of Millie & Andrea and Head High.

Stream it below, then watch an interview with Happa on FACT TV and check out his FACT mix.



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