We just posted a Leftside Wobble track two days ago, but a little more research led us to find this hypnotizing track. The Beatles‘ catalog is pretty dicey remix territory, since they are some of the most recognizable songs in the world. Leftside Wobble gets props for not going after “Come Together,” but “Tomorrow Never Knows” should be recognizable to most Beatles’ fans.
If you are one of said Beatles’ fans, you might recognize the dominant drum break from another Beatles song (know which one it is?). Leftside Wobble keeps all of the psychedelic goodness and adds some extra funk to it. Most of the other samples are part of the original “Tomorrow Never Knows,” the first song The Beatles’ recorded for Rubber Soul and credited with pioneering a lot of the sampling techniques that electronic producers still use (drum sampling being one of them). The “seagull” noise, for example, is Paul McCartney’s laugh, sped up and played backwards.