• REC65
  • 28.03.2010

12" black standard vinyl

Nicolas Winding Refn's film, "Drive" operates on a level of cool that's hard to articulate with just words; it takes a snippet from the movie, take the opening credits backed by Kavinsky's "Nightcall", to really grasp it's effortless debonair. Since the film's release, the single has been on repeat across an expanse of playlists, always fueling the after-after party with the slow burn of glossed synth echoes. Now Kavinksy emerges from this late-night haze with the helping of friends, bearing a collection of covers, remixes, and second takes for yet another drive through the midnight hours...

The song was produced by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of Daft Punk and mixed by SebastiAn and finds the spooky, distorted, zombie vocals of Kavinsky perfectly counterbalanced by the sultry purr of CSS' front kitten Lovefoxxx.

On the other side, Kavinsky has produced the fantastic "Pacific Coast Highway". This track really taps into the Kavinsky story as a voiceover narrates a high-speed ghost-car chase on the freeway. Kavinsky's trademark arpeggiated 80's sound forms the stylish backdrop to a thrilling pursuit the cops haven't a chance in hell of winning.

A1. Nightcall
A2. Pacific Coast Highway
B1. Nightcall (Dustin Nguyen Remix)
B2. Pacific Coast Highway (Jackson Remix)

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