Following WIM‘s recent US tour, and to coincide with the North American release of their self-titled debut album via Modular, the band is sharing a four-to-the-floor remix of their new single “Something For You”. Dayve Hawk of Memory Tapes has lent his signature dreamy production to the track, listen below.
WIM - Something For You (Memory Tapes Remix)
Based in Sydney, WIM is a glam rock five-piece who combine classic song writing and modern ideas, executed in a phenomenal fashion. Their debut album is now out worldwide and the “Something For You” single, with both the Memory Tapes remix and an additional rework by Guerre, will be out Dec 2 (AU), Dec 5 (UK), and Dec 6 (US).
Head over to the band’s official site or MySpace for more info. Buy WIM’s brand new album on
Memory Tapes is one of the numerous recording aliases of New Jersey-based musician Dayve Hawk (also known as Memory Cassette and Weird Tapes). This musical project is mainly aimed at lovers of laid back psychedelic electronica (think Phantogram or Washed Out) who will enjoy its home-made, low-budget feel.
Player Piano is Hawk’s second full length as Memory Tapes, following his acclaimed 2009 debut Seek Magic, recorded in his home studio in rural New Jersey. Player Piano‘s The album works with sparse and dreamy soundscapes to build handcrafted tales of loneliness and bad romance that draw quiet power from Hawk’s charmingly reedy vocals. The layered synths of songs such as “Today Is Our Life” or “Wait In The Dark” resonate with nostalgia and ache.
Memory Tapes - Wait In The Dark (Jensen Sportag Remix)
The new single “Offers” is another phenomenal example of Hawk’s production skills.
Memory Tapes - Offers
Player Piano is out via Carpark in the U.S., Something in Construction in Europe, and Inertia in Australia (that’s the disjointed, black-and-white cover art above). Check out Memory Tapes’ official site or Facebook for more info and buy the music on