Well, the day is nearly half over on the East Coast and it seems as if, much like Harold Camping, the Mayans were completely wrong. In celebration of this overhyped occasion, Derek Vincent Smith has released a never before available ID track from his set during last New Year’s Eve. Featuring samples from Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” and REM’s “It’s The End of the World As We Know It,” Pretty Lights once again creates a sonic metamorphosis of trip hop, electro, and classic rock into a psychedelic symphony. Grab the free download after the break – and hurry, we’ve still got a few hours left to welcome our alien overlords.
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