The gift-giving portion of the holidays is now behind us, and so too is OWSLA‘s Nestivus. The 25 days of downloads for Nest IV members kicked off December 1st with a Destructo mix and has now ended with an edit of “Faces” by The M Machine themselves. Topping the sonically-sound original proved no small task for the trio, but they demonstrated that tiny tweaks can have a tremendous impact. Leaving the vocals intact and the structure fairly rigid, the SF-natives got loose and danced around the details, redoing a rhythm in a sort of moomba-step and escalating a percussion line into a mini DnB breakdown. Though available only on the locked Nest drip for now, it’s not too late to buy yourself a post-holiday treat.
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