Grab How To Dress Well's new mixtape featuring reworks of FKA twigs, Philip Glass, Jacques Greene and more

The latest mixtape from How To Dress Well is a journey through the R&B lover’s influences past and present.

Tom Krell has dropped a new 50-minute collection of reworkings and edits titled you and i are the same, featuring some unique interpretations of tracks by FKA twigs, Dej Loaf, Rich Gang, Philip Glass, Dean Blunt and the ghost of the Backstreet Boys. Dude’s got taste! He also adds his own angelic vocals to a “totally ravaged lofi cover” of Iris Dement.

Stream it below and dig into the tracklist underneath, as written out by Krell himself.

Earlier this year he released his third album What Is This Heart?, which came with a trilogy of bonkers videos that saw Krell dressed up as a kind of roadside Jesus.

Watch Krell on FACT TV talking about his favourite record and the albums no one cared about this year, and catch up with the previous mixtape, No Words To Say. [via Pitchfork]


‘have a good heart that’s what we do’ x lotus eaters intro
htdw ‘i am looking for myself’ reintroduction
jacques greene time again feel what
twigs 2 weeks totally broken edit
naira marley feat max twigs marry juana
mediafired spring is here
default genders everything can stop us now part 2 x htdw talking to you for just a moment
iris dement my life feat htdw – totally ravaged lofi cover thing
everything but the girl meet me in the morning htdw ‘this is living’ edit
akron/family sorron boy
rich gang lifestyle
antony dust and water
majical cloudZ this is magic + htdw harmonies / totally broken edit – bday gift for dev w inspired outro freestyle
the microphones little bird untitled a03
dej loaf feat young thing blood (thugger with the harmonizer is one of the best musical moments of 2014 obvz)
dean blunt molly & aquafina
phillip glass metamorphosis 2
sia chandelier totally broken ‘here comes the shame’ edit



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