Fleetmac Wood Lists Their Favorite Fleetwood Mac Remixes Ahead of Sisters of the Moon Party
Fleetmac Wood is a collective formed by husband and wife DJ/producer duo Alex Oxley and Lisa Jelliffe, who hosts and produces Fleetwood Mac-themed parties with original remixes and edits of the legendary band's classics. Jelliffe first thought of the grand idea when she saw her crowd's reaction whenever she dropped a Fleetwood Mac mix. Since then, the collective has hosted parties all over from London to Los Angeles, and even Burning Man.
This Halloween Season, Feetmac Wood presents Sisters of the Moon - A Halloween Disco on October 27 from 10pm-2am at the UNION Los Angeles with Roxanne Roll, Smooth Sailing, and guest dancers. Jam the night away to your favorite Fleetwood Mac mixes and buy your tickets now here.
Until then check out some of their favorite Fleetwood Mac songs remixed, along with why the pair loves the tracks so much, below:
1. "Dreams" (Psychemagik Remix)
Premiered at our first party in London in 2012, this delicate reworking exemplifies what we love about remixes done well. Stevie astral travels to a disco in an alternate universe and hugs the bass bin. Cosmic crystal visions ensue.
2. "The Chain" - In Flagranti Remix
Playing "The Chain" is always a high point at our parties and this new remix from Swiss duo In Flagranti is a beautifully layered tapestry of percussion, whipping up a carnivalesque frenzy on the dance floor.
3. "Silver Springs" (Roxanne Roll Rework)
"Silver Springs" famously never made the original vinyl and became a B side to "Go Your Own Way." It’s one of our favorite Mac tracks, so we really wanted to keep the ethereal feel of the song intact whilst adding length and dance floor punctuation.
4. "Gypsy" (Twin Sun Edit)
"Gypsy" is the perfect pop song and Twin Sun managed to add even more twinkly, disco dust with this edit. The build-up really works to create that goosebump moment with Stevie’s vocals.
5. "Tusk" (Smooth Sailing Edit)
"Tusk" really is a real tribal stomp of a track and we wanted to accentuate the feelings of people power and wild energy by adding a crazed, drum break-down. See if you can pick where the extra drums came from? We really hope this tickles Mick Fleetwood if he ever hears it.
Written by Kelly An