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Destroyer Covers New Order for MOJO Compilation

In the February 2012 issue of Mojo, Destroyer takes part in the remaking of New Order’s Power, Corruption, & Lies and the single “Blue Monday.” The covermount CD, included with purchase of the magazine, features 13 different artists doing some serious justice in the recreation of New Order’s second and possibly most revered album.

Destroyer covers “Leave Me Alone.” For a preview of the album, check out Mojo’s Tumblr and to listen to Destroyer’s track in it’s entirety, head over to The Quietus.

Phosphorescent Cover The Beatles “Across The Universe” For Mojo Magazine

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In the October 2010 issue of Mojo, the magazine has curated a Beatles tribute album titled Let It Be Revisted, a track by track reworking of the final album by the Fab four. Contributing to the project was our very own Phosphorescent, whose stunning take on “Across the Universe” is true to the original, filtered through their unmistakable hazy lens. A classic, remade. Alongside Phosphorescent on this tribute are tracks from Beth Orton, The Besnard Lakes, Judy Collins and more. Grab a copy from the newsstand right away. Phosphorescent return to the UK and Europe for a few weeks this fall. Full dates are here.

Check out the cover of the new issue of Mojo below.
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