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Masters of the remix are on tour

THEY released a killer single in 2009, then a universally loved album in 2010.

Since then Bag Raiders have no doubt been avoiding questions about when their next cracking album is due, distracting us with appearances and festivals across the globe (including the behemoth local Stereosonic Festival).

Known as master remixers themselves, label Modular Records has turned the tables - pun intended - on Bag Raiders and released a remix album of tracks from their self-titled 2010 release.

Originally released right before summer in 2010, the remix album - Bag Raiders Deluxe Release - has been spot on with its similar timing, ready to have tunes like Sunlight, So Demanding and Shooting Stars in our heads for yet another party season.

The Sydney duo don't need more of an excuse to tour the coast this summer, and so with decent remixes of old gems in hand they're appearing at the Plantation Hotel on December 15.

Just be sure to ask the notorious perfectionists when their next album is due.



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