It’s a scorcher.
Amyl & The Sniffers’ raging garage punk has captured the imagination of music lovers the world over. Their music combines brazenness with a whimsical, cheeky attitude that punters can’t get enough of.
Following the release of their ARIA award-winning 2019 self-titled album and their more recent Live at The Croxton EP, Amyl & The Sniffers have just released a rave remix of their 2018 single, ‘Some Mutts (Can’t Be Muzzled)’.
Melbourne producer James Seedy jumps on board for this one. He maintains the song’s helter-skelter ascendancy and driving guitar riff but lathers it with a pulsing techno beat, analog synths and a kazoo-like sample.
The song comes alongside a video that takes us right into the middle of the rave, with iconic clips of cooked party people in their element. At the start of the video, a festivalgoer introduces things from her own dance frenzy: “I’m going to keep dancing forever mate, or at least until I remember where I put my car.” Let’s hope she found it.
Check out the video below:
Revisit our review of Amyl & The Sniffers at The Tote from May last year here.
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