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Arsenal – Temul (Lie Low)(VUURWERK Remix)

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Last week we gave you remixes from Aashton and Faisal of Arsenal‘s new single ‘Temul (Lie Low)’, now bringing up the rear we have a third and final remix from Belgian trio VUURWERK. All the remixes are available as free downloads (the Aashton mix via XLR8R), you can also check out the video for the original song which features clips from Arsenal’s new film, ‘Dance, Dance, Dance’ set to be premiered in October at the Gent Film Festival.

ARSENAL – Temul (Lie Low) EP

‘Temul (Lie Low)’ is the new single from Belgian duo Arsenal and the third single to be released from their new album ‘Furu’. The single features the vocals of rising Danish star Lydmor, who also appeared on Alle Farben’s new album and is currently finishing her own debut album. The single comes with remixes from UK House producer Aashton (free via XLR8R), and up and coming Belgian acts VUURWERK and Faisal (free below).

The video for ‘Temul (Lie Low)’ features underwater footage of Lydmor interspersed with extracts from the upcoming film ‘Dance! Dance! Dance!’, directed by Arsenal’s Hendrik Willemyns & Ken Ochiai. ‘Dance! Dance! Dance!’ was shot in Japan earlier this year and will be premiered at the Ghent Filmfest in October.

Having recently topped the Juno charts with his dancefloor anthem ‘I Can’t Shake It’ Aashton, shifts down a gear and taking a cue from the track’s ethereal coda reworks the song into a sun kissed Balearic House gem, meanwhile Faisal breaks the track down into a skeletal RnB jam and VUURWERK’s remix incorporates elements of electronica, UK Bass music and footwork to create a mesmerising new version.

Arsenal – Black Mountain (ATTAR! Remix)

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One of Belgium’s biggest bands, Arsenal, is remixed by one of the country’s fastest rising producers, Renaud Deru aka ATTAR!. Fresh from his recent signing to Eskimo, ATTAR! adds a disco flourish to Arsenal’s current inescapable hit, Black Mountain.

Free download now from soundcloud here and you can also check out the video for the original, filmed on location in Tokyo.