Beck and Feist are both single-named alt-pop icons with mass appeal; they are a natural pairing. And now they’ve linked up for a remix, with Beck taking on Feist’s slow-burning torch tune “How Come You Never Go There.” He chops up the song’s vocals and horn-honks a bit and adds some big, loping drums. Listen below.

(via Pitchfork)

Feist’s Metals is out now on Cherrytree/Interscope and available at eMusic.

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  1. ddogdunit  |   Posted on Dec 15th, 2011 0

    OK…at first it was cool with the record clubs, then producing an album for malkmus, moore, cool, cool, then scott pilgrim, better, now…remixing philip glass and feist? MAKE A DAMN ALBUM beck I don’t care if guero, the information, and modern guilt sucked beyond belief. you could get away with another sea change, nobody is waiting for a feist remix from you

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