Though it stayed complex and tricky, Raoul Sinier's latest album, "Guilty Cloaks" (adn146) was also the one in which this Paris-based producer showed his love for poppier beats and more classical song structure. And while all the tracks on this album were his creations, people who have been followinghimonline might have noticed that he's currently having fun covering pop classics, mixing their influence and texts with his own particular sound. This was the case with an official Thom Yorke remix, later followed by some of original material by Metronomy, Blonde Redhead and others.
This time around, it's Siouxsie & The Banshees' 1981 classic "Sin In My Heart" who gets the Raoul Sinier cover treatment. You can listen to it here or below, and it is also included in this set of covers and remixes on Raoul Sinier's Soundcloud page.
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