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Music / October 30, 2020

Mango x MathMan recruit Ireland’s finest for ‘Casual (Remix)’

Music / October 30, 2020

Mango x MathMan recruit Ireland’s finest for ‘Casual (Remix)’

Words: Dylan Murphy

One year on and the duo from the capital have shared a number of reworkings from their debut album.

To celebrate the one year anniversary of Mango X MathMan’s debut album Casual Work, the pair have tapped up some of the best dance music producers in Ireland to create a new EP of remixed tracks from the album.

Remixes are an essential part of club culture and with venues closed for the foreseeable the duo have tapped into the nights we long for to create an EP full of danceable remixes.

Remixes come courtesey of Prozak, Zero T, Sert One & Bon Voyage alongside
two previously unreleased remixes from MathMan on this EP.

Listen below: