Princeton typically sits somewhere comfortably between The Byrds and Phoenix. Flawlessly arranged and infallibly tight, they are a band that effortlessly moves between the fun kitsch sounds of yesteryear’s Carnaby Street and the synth pop of today. This cerebral quartet has now re-released this year’s Remembrance of Things to Come as an album of remixes; lending itself broader influences and a spellbinding glaze. Lovingly remixed by the likes of Camera Obscura, Dntel and a handful more, the release showcases eight tracks from the original LP. The amalgamation makes for an intriguing output; some of the band’s more manic tunes like To the Alps have been brought down to earth and show a new-found level headedness, while other low key, steady driving tracks like Andre find themselves on an expansive near acid trip through musical experimentation. Take a deep breath, sit back, relax and enjoy the hypnosis induced by this NPRified album.