<div class="tralbum-about tralbumData">Brothers Lazaroff released "Science Won" in April of 2012. In the leading up to the release they asked different musical acts/friends to make lo-fi videos of themselves performing the various tunes on the album. The Lamar Harris (aka DJ Nune) and Thelonius Kryptonite collaboration on "Picking Up Sticks" planted the seed for a more formal remix - and from there it expanded. Brothers Lazaroff reached out to their favorite experimental, hip-hop, house, and electro producers and in some cases matched them up with some of their favorite lyricists and vocalists. Mainly looking to their local community - they also reached out to some old friends in other parts of the country. <br /> <br /> While "Science Won" is not the most obvious album for remix - as it was recorded all live - not to a click track - with acoustic instruments - the results demonstrate the connectedness of all music and how its more about energy than style or genre.</div>
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<div class="tralbum-about tralbumData">Maurice Egeston plays keys in Brothers Lazaroff and also leads his own groups under the moniker Mo E. Mo has been making Brothers Lazaroff remixes for the 4 plus years he's been in the band and schooling them on electronic music in general. Mo connected with Elizabeth McQueen to complete the track - a frequent Brothers Lazaroff collaborator and best friend. Elizabeth McQueen Meet Brothers Lazaroff EP due out in the Spring! Now...Listen to the sounds of Mo E</div>
<div class="tralbum-credits tralbumData"><br />from <a href="http://brotherslazaroff.bandcamp.com/album/science-won-remix"> Science Won Remix</a>, released 15 November 2012 <br />Maurice Egeston - Production <br /> Elizabeth McQueen - Vocals</div>