More than two years ago Das Kapital released their rerub of “Skinny Love” and set the bar for Bon Iver remixes exceptionally high. We’ve seen some good edits of Bon Iver tracks since, but none have come close to touching Das Kapital’s brilliant masterpiece. The original vocals and instruments are accented perfectly by the crushed drums and glitchy vibe. It might not have anthem status but it’s the kind of tune that sticks to your soul.
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