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Watch: ‘Shipwreck” by Modeselektor featuring Thom Yorke

If you haven’t seen it, check out the video of Modeselektor’s “Shipwreck” which is one of two songs off their new album, Monkeytown, that Thom Yorke collaborated on. Enjoy.

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TKOL Remix: Issue 6

The sixth edition of remixes have been posted for us all to enjoy. The first one, labeled “Good Evening Mrs. Magpie,” was remixed by Modeselektor. The second track, “Bloom,” is by Objekt. You can listen to both below:

All remixes will be part of a 2 CD set scheduled for release in a few weeks.

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Listen to Thom Yorke and Modeselektor’s Collaborations

Thom Yorke is no stranger to collaborations. Today brings us previews of two tracks he recently worked with Modeselektor for their new album Monkeytown. As the NME states, “This is the second time Yorke has worked with Modeselektor. He contributed vocals to‘The White Flash’ on the duo’s 2007 album ‘Happy Birthday’, which also featured a guest appearance from Maximo Park. Modeselektor in turn remixed Yorke‘s solo single ‘Skip Divided’.”

Monkeytown will be released on October 4 in the US (Sept 27 – France, Sept 29 – Germany, Oct 3 – UK) and will also have guest vocals from Anti Pop Consortium, Miss Platinum, and Otto von Schirach.

Here are 45 second previews of the two tracks, “Shipwreck” and “This” for your enjoyment:


Modeselektor “Shipwreck” with Thom Yorke (MONKEYTOWN015) OUT SEP 30 by Modeselektor

Modeselektor “This” with Thom Yorke (MONKEYTOWN015) OUT SEP 30 by Modeselektor

Listen to the rest of the Monkeytown previews here:

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Listen to “The White Flash”

As you are probably aware, Thom Yorke has joined up with Modeselektor on a track called “The White Flash” off of their upcoming album Happy Birthday! While the album hits store shelves in September, you can take a listen to the leaked track over at the Hype Machine. We definitely recommend that you do before it gets taken down.

For more information about Modeselektor, check out their official site and of course, there is always Wikipedia.