Producer De De Mouse’s signature sound is sliced-up vocals, the long-running artist taking split-second cuts of singing and turning them into syllabic candy. He’s just released a new EP, the Summer Twilight set, and this season he’s getting into the festival spirit. “Remember Night” is the opening number on the album, and De De Mouse splices up the sound of traditional festival singing, placing it against an electronic bounce. Similar to Omodaka, he’s using contemporary sounds (and techniques that are not particularly human) to create something that sounds very traditional…without being a historical recreation. Listen above.