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Miami Horror Release ‘Real Slow’ Remixes

by Anthony Barton on October 26, 2013

in Live,News

Following the release of their first single in three years, Miami Horror, have shared three remixes of the new track, ‘Real Slow’.

Enlisting L.A producer Plastic Plates, Sydney’s LDRU and Ballarat five-piece Gold Fields, the remixes are perfect for the club and accentuate the song’s danceability.

Miami Horror will return to the stage in December to play some festivals and one off shows. This will be the first time we’ve seen them since 2011 and they will no doubt be showcasing a bunch of new tunes.

MIAMI HORROR

AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES

SUNDAY DECEMBER 08
SETS ON THE BEACH, SCARBOROUGH BEACH, PERTH

SATURDAY DECEMBER 14
THE PLOT, BIG TOP LUNA PARK, SYDNEY

SUNDAY DECEMBER 15
THE PLOT, ACROSS PALACE THEATRE & DING DONG LOUNGE, MELBOURNE

SATURDAY DECEMBER 21
OH HELLO!, BRISBANE

Check out the remixes of ‘Real Slow’ below and download them for free.

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