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Nice Price Deal !!! Dimitri Veimar is the kind of musical discovery that. were I were a religious man. I would go to bed and pray for every night. Modern day acid house that stays below the 120BPM mark but retains a certain punch whilst having an air of techno cool and swagger to it. - Daniel Avery talking to Dummy
High praise indeed from an artist who knows all about making an impact. It was Dimitri's remix of Avery's 'Water Jump' that announced his talent to the world. Produced without the original parts, Veimar constructed a rework that immediately won the heart of its original creator.
His sinister and often sleazy-edged electronica is a unique and refreshing musical tangent. His recent release for UK label Deep Shit saw the likes of Jamie Jones, Danny Daze, Jennifer Cardini and Zdar join his ever expanding battalion or supporters and today he makes his debut on Darkroom Dubs with 'Space Glue'.
Both original's from Dimitri are celestial affairs with his trademark darker touches. The angelic lead melody of the title track is constantly driven by the creeping and bubbling synths that surround, whilst 'Slave' is a stalking acid workout with a gallic smooch of a vocal and devastating groove.
Repaying the favour of his mix on Gomma, Justin Robertson delivers a storming Deadstock 33's rework of Space Glue and French producer Remain presents a beautifully hazy trip with his vision of Slave.