Deep, soulful cut...
Fat Freddy's Drop

If no less a source than Gilles Peterson describes something as "an incredible piece of music" then perhaps it's time to step up and listen.

Returning with their new album 'Blackbird', Fat Freddy's Drop delivered perhaps the most experimental work yet. Rooted in dub reggae, there were elements of soul, funk and house alongside Jamaica's legacy.

Preparing two 12 inch releases, Fat Freddy's Drop have decided to let a handful of producers remix their wares.

Theo Parrish has stepped in to re-work 'Mother Mother' and it's a deep, soulful rendition.

Stretching the track out past the ten minute mark, the production is tinged with a Detroit techno sound.

Check it out below.

Fat Freddy's Drop are set to play London's Alexandra Palace on October 18th.

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