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Aug

Shake It up with Dominic Glynn’s “Happiness Patrol” Remixes!

If you were at (Re)Gen 2, you remember composer Dominic Glynn’s awesome Saturday night concert! For those who missed it, just know that Glynn is behind some of the iconic music from 80s-era Doctor Who. Nowadays, his tunes can be heard all over television, but he also takes time to re-release and remix some of his Who classics. His next set, The Happiness Patrol Remixes, comes out next month!

The Happiness Patrol is iconic for its political commentary, candy-like monster, and (of course) the pink TARDIS. The original soundtrack, a mix of electronics and blues music, featured Adam “Tidy” Burney on harmonica. That might not sound like the kind of thing you’d be getting down to in a nightclub, but it will be when Glynn is through with it!

The Happiness Patrol Remixes takes elements of the original soundtrack and mashes them up with modern electronica to create “the music the coolest Timelords would be shaking their thing to…” So if you’re looking for something to dance to and want to show love for your favorite show (and the creatives behind it), grab a copy!

Preorders open August 28, with a release date of September 18. Albums will be digital only, available from iTunes/Apple Music, Amazon, Juno Records and all digital music retailers. Keep an eye out on dominic-glynn.com, and check out more of his tunes on SoundCloud!

One Response to “Shake It up with Dominic Glynn’s “Happiness Patrol” Remixes!”

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