Maya Jane Coles remix EP
2014-02-12 by Will Robinson STAFF | 17 Comments

House prodigy Maya Jane Coles has announced a brand-new remix EP, hot on the heels of her
2013 smash hit Comfort. The EP is a full reworking of an earlier release, 2011's
Don't Put Me In Your Box, and will contain remixes from the likes of Bonobo, Dark
Sky, and Kowton. The artwork has been revealed, and can be viewed here:
http://www.xlr8r.com/files/mjcartwork_021214.jpg

The EP will be out on vinyl on February 24 and out digitally on March 17th. No audio has
been released yet, but you can stream one of the soon-to-be-remixed tracks,
'Something In The Air," below:




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Brostep
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

3344 Comments


this should be good, Comfort was fucking amazing

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

10010 Comments


This is really good.

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TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
February 12th 2014

7026 Comments


Is there a date for it? This should be solid, some great names attached. That artwork is pretty horrific though.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

10010 Comments


whew yeah it is pretty awful

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

3344 Comments


Whoops, didn't notice the review date was announced - that's now sorted

spookynewghostfriend
February 12th 2014

3297 Comments


\m

dcalderon
February 12th 2014

289 Comments


Chick rules. Have you guys heard her dj-kicks mix?

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

3344 Comments


No, should get on that. All I know of hers is her remix of Bonobo's First Fires (which kicks major ass) and her album (which does as well)

dcalderon
February 12th 2014

289 Comments


No, should get on that

Do it. It's a pretty accesible mix without being overly cheese, which I guess is exactly her style.

'Easier to Hide EP' is much like 'Comfort' except for being a little, uhm, darker. Solid deep house all around.

ShitsofRain
February 12th 2014

5603 Comments


hot girl

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Brostep
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

3344 Comments


Easier to Hide was on Comfort so I'm assuming the full EP should be really cool

dcalderon
February 12th 2014

289 Comments


It is, but not all songs sound like 'Easier to Hide'. Just give it a try ;)

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
February 12th 2014

3344 Comments


Haha will do

spookynewghostfriend
February 12th 2014

3297 Comments


check her Boiler Room set while ur at it. and maybe her BBC sets

But the boiler room set is class

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
February 13th 2014

30882 Comments


Her RA mix > her boiler room mix

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TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
February 13th 2014

7026 Comments


Okay sure but also Nocturnal Sunshine > Maya Jane Coles -- JS :-)

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
February 13th 2014

30882 Comments


I would agree with you more if both projects had an equal body of work



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