When we last checked in with Gary Daly he had released his new album titled ‘Gone from Here’. And now he has released a remix EP titled ‘Gone From Here Remixed’ as a gift to his fans (link below). The remix is far from the original, concentrating on a few songs from that album (‘Time It Takes’, ‘I Work Alone’, ‘Low Tide’, and ‘Antony’). I would recommend listening to the originals first and then diving into this set of remixes. You will not be disappointed. You will not only notice the contrasts between this EP and the album but the contrasts and spread-wings style freedom the remixer was obviously given. They are more like reinterpretations than remixes. Each song is made fresh, and fresh again. Not to say the originals weren’t fresh but with this EP they are given extra lives as opposed to new life. Brilliant.
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“It was always my intention to mess with the tracks from ‘Gone From Here’ in a creative way. Back in the day with China Crisis, Eddie and I would always look forward to creating 12-inch mixes of our most popular singles and always relished the chance to be experimental with the B-Sides. The ‘Gone From Here Remix’ EP is a fun thing with some great artists involved.”
Mark Phythian Engineer/ Mixer/ Producer/ ComposerMark is a Grammy winning recording and mixing engineer and occasional composer. He found his love and curiosity of music at a very early age, being exposed to a wide variety of music as a child. He spent most of his teenage years experimenting with synthesizers, effect units, and tape machines also playing keyboards in various bands.
At the age of seventeen, Mark started training as a recording engineer at Amazon Studios in Liverpool and later went on to work in many high-end studios with high profile artists in the UK and USA.
Mark has worked with many artists including:Gary Daly, Coldplay, Feeder, China Crisis, Patti Smith, Counting Crows, Paulo Nutini, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Radiophonic Workshop, Paddy Kingsland, OMD, Dead Or Alive, Terrorvision, Skin – Skunk Anansie, The Alarm, The Icicle Works, Polly Paulusma, Echobelly, Big Dog, Claudia Brucken, K’s Choice, Gay Dad, Ozark Henry, Aviv Geffen, Howling Bells, Tom Seals and Alana Levandoski.
Natalia Yanchak is the vocalist & keyboardist for Montreal’s orchestral-pop-rock group The Dears. Formed in 1995 The Dears have released seven studio albums and two EPs and have toured the world over, including performances on Letterman (twofold), Jimmy Kimmel, Jonathan Ross and at Glastonbury, T in the Park, Coachella, Austin City Limits, Montreux Jazz Fest, Istanbul Jazz Fest, Pop Montreal and countless appearances at SXSW. They have shared stages with Spiritualized, Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene, Daniel Lanois, Rufus Wainwright, Zemfira, Bloc Party, Keane, Morrissey, and The Tragically Hip. When not on tour, Natalia writes science fiction and lives in Montreal, Canada.
Tim Bruzon was a co-founder of Liverpool indie-pop band Wave Machines who released two critically acclaimed albums between 2009 and 2013. Since the band’s demise, Tim began writing and performing for Belgian dance duo Arsenal and has also provided music for a number of short and feature-length films.
Multi-instrumentalist producer, vocalist, and songwriter, Joel Hood have released music on various labels including International Feel, Flashmob, Night Noise and Citizens of Vice. More recently, he’s teamed up with Simon Mills from Bent for their house music project, Somethin’ Sanctified. They’ve recently supported Crazy P on tour as well as receiving rave reviews from the likes of BBC 6 Music, DJ Mag, Mixmag, Bill Brewster, and Nemone among others.
Christopher Barlow is a Manchester-based musician, songwriter, arranger, and Vinyl Dj. Working from my small home studio, I have co-written played and arranged for both China Crisis and Gary Daly solo Projects …loves working writing and contributing ideas .plays various instruments, loves a challenge.
Dave Berger is a producer, musician and audio-visual technician based in Liverpool. He first came to attention through his work as drummer and producer with art-rock band Outfit, whose detail-oriented approach to production garnered them nationwide praise, with DIY magazine noting their ‘commitment to execution, aesthetic and philosophy’. Dave has since gone on to work on a wide range of projects both in the studio as a producer and mix engineer and through his work as a technical consultant in the art world. It is this ability to move seamlessly between the technical and the artistic which makes his creative work so exciting.
VIDAR NORHEIM creates songs on his vibraphone mixed with synths, beats, and vocals. He is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer from Norway, now based in Liverpool. His forthcoming EP X-Ray Eyes has been produced by Dave Berger of Outfit. Vidar has toured worldwide as a founding member of Liverpool’s alt-pop unit Wave Machines with highlights including Glastonbury, SXSW, and BBC Electric Proms. He has also worked extensively in a duo with Lizzie Nunnery and frequent collaborator on her stage plays including award-winning Narvik. He also plays drums in China Crisis and has collaborated with Gary Daly over many years.