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BURNS - So Many Nights EP (and new remix!)

So Many Nights is the eagerly awaited fourth EP release from BURNS, the young dude who we've been championing for many a month, nay, year. The 24 year old finished 2009 on a rad high, with remixes for Ladyhawke, Frankmusik and Wolfmother, while a host of UK gigs led to a 30 date US tour with Deadmau5 and a UK tour with Calvin Harris.





The EP's four tracks show yet again that BURNS has a musical breadth beyond many of his British noise and disco peers. His musical duality has been evident from the start, but the depth to his productions increases with every release; Epilogue, Kiss N' Hold and Fourteen show why he's being called one of the UK's most promising electronic artists for a generation - a fitting accolade for a new decade.



Watch the video for the So Many Nights EP, then jump after it for a remix of Kiss N' Hold by newcomer, Leonardus. Totally rad! (buy the EP here)






mp3: BURNS - Kiss N Hold (Leonardus Remix)

mp3: BURNS - Kiss N Hold


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