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Leigh Nash - Remix Project Review

by Ashleigh Hill

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Remix?

Why is "remix" synonymous to "techno"? Why do artists try and reinvent their music through the oddly placid thumping of club music? My hope is that, some day, the Remix will be what we want it to be, a brand new take on a terrific song; Version 2, if you will. Leigh Nash, recent solo artist, formerly known as the temperate lead singer of Six Pence None the Richer, gave her best effort with the release of Blue on Blue her first release since Six Pence parted ways, however I'm not sure remixing the project was in her best interest. She's Leigh Nash; there should really be no techno involved. With one remix each of "Along the Wall", "Just a Little", and "Nervous in the Light of the Dawn", Nash rounds out the seven song venture with four remixes of the single "My Idea of Heaven", a cute but fluffy cut off Blue on Blue. Maybe a few of these mixes could slip into your run of the mill Saturday night dance mix, but is that really the look Nash should be going for? "Along the Wall" weaves Nash's delicate and breathy vocals into an enjoyable mind blend techno music, but the rest of the cd is pretty much void of inspiration or creativity and takes away from the original cuts. Leigh Nash should stick to what she's good at; sometimes genre-mixing just doesn't work out.


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