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    Listen: Vagabon Releases "Water Me Down (Pamcy Remix)"

    Vagabon (Laetitia Tamko) has released a remix of her song "Water Me Down" by Pamcy on Nonesuch Records. Tamko discovered and fell in love with the music of the Manila, Phillipines-based producer and DJ on Bandcamp, where she herself had first released her music and found a music community. The two began an e-mail correspondence, which eventually led to the creation of this remix. The original version of "Water Me Down" appears on Vagabon's 2019 self-titled Nonesuch debut album. The remix can be heard below; is available to download from Bandcamp, the Nonesuch Store, and iTunes; and may be streamed at Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon.

    "This collaboration with Pamcy for the 'Water Me Down' remix is one I'm really excited to share," says Tamko. "Pamcy uses great sounds and samples in her production, which I'm drawn to in my own music, so I can't imagine a better person to remix this song. I first came to find Pamcy through an A&R friend, Tyler Andere, and that tip led me down a rabbit hole of her Bandcamp. We have been pen pals since, and she has inspired me to make more house music (maybe we will make a collection together)."

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Vagabon (Laetitia Tamko) has released a remix of her song "Water Me Down" by Pamcy, which can be heard here. Tamko discovered and fell in love with the music of Manila-based producer and DJ on Bandcamp, where she herself had first released her music and found a music community. The two began an e-mail correspondence, which eventually led to the creation of this remix. The original version of the song appears on Vagabon's 2019 self-titled Nonesuch debut album.

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Vagabon (Laetitia Tamko) has released a remix of her song "Water Me Down" by Pamcy on Nonesuch Records. Tamko discovered and fell in love with the music of the Manila, Phillipines-based producer and DJ on Bandcamp, where she herself had first released her music and found a music community. The two began an e-mail correspondence, which eventually led to the creation of this remix. The original version of "Water Me Down" appears on Vagabon's 2019 self-titled Nonesuch debut album. The remix can be heard below; is available to download from Bandcamp, the Nonesuch Store, and iTunes; and may be streamed at Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon.

"This collaboration with Pamcy for the 'Water Me Down' remix is one I'm really excited to share," says Tamko. "Pamcy uses great sounds and samples in her production, which I'm drawn to in my own music, so I can't imagine a better person to remix this song. I first came to find Pamcy through an A&R friend, Tyler Andere, and that tip led me down a rabbit hole of her Bandcamp. We have been pen pals since, and she has inspired me to make more house music (maybe we will make a collection together)."

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