The Glass are back with another single from their At Swim Two Birds album. Washed Up, produced by London's Jagz Kooner, is an indie-dance monster with live bass, guitars and building synths that paints a picture of the blank generation growing old with the world passing them by. The song was remixed by several outstanding producers, including none other than house legend Todd Terry who delivers two mixes utilizing his classic drum workouts. Fellow New Yorkers Jetlag drop two indie-leaning mixes reminiscent of early 90s UK dance music from the likes of Andrew Weatherhall and the Manchester sound. This is hardly a surprise considering that Jetlag is former Smiths bassist, Andy Rourke's new project with New York DJ Ole Koretski. Both Jetlag mixes have a retro dance feel with house pianos riffs, laid back beats and pop stylingsmagical! The other remixes are from another NY crew Black Russian, consisting of Rok One and Mike Dextro, who bring a more disco flavor to the track as well as French techno/bass newcomer Mikix The Cat who takes "Washed Up" in a radically different direction.
NY's Kenny Summit gives it an electro house treatment with a dub remix with heavy synth bass and a driving beat with analog tom fills and arpeggiators.