London's Dred Collective has been continuously fucking our heads up with their ability to snag next level records, and their co-sign of New York's own Machine Girl album was spot on. While the project was overlooked by most bloggers, it was an instant classic to those with a love for footwork and drum & bass, as it fused those genres with acid sounds and brought enthusiasts back to the late 90's. Dred Collective is wide awake at the wheel on that project, because a new remix package just dropped, and it serves two purposes.  Not only is there a new stack of great music, but we get to remind people how good the WLFGRL LP truly is.

Highlighted by remixes from Do Androids Dance's own Sinistarr, as well as FootMerc, The Renegades, DJ Earl, and many more this one takes the original project to the next level. It's a split release (side A and side B), and you will need to download BOTH sets to get the complete project. You can stream below, and snag both pieces to this release for free via Bandcamp by clicking the purchase link for each.  It's available by naming your own price, but throw some money in the pot if you can afford to.  This collective definitely deserves it.  And we're going to say this again: snag the original release while you're here.  It's simply timeless.

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