radio slave enlists two heavyweights remixes from dixon and underground resistance, who reimagine ‘trans’ - the twisted, bass-driven cut on radio slave’s excellent inaugural album. first up, innervisions co-founder dixon offers an inspired retouch containing an amalgamation of cosmic synth arpeggios, each one unfolding in a unique way as the track develops, supported by a prominent vacillating bassline. on the flip, detroit techno pioneers underground resistance provide a ‘hamtramck’ remix features crunchy modulated synths and heavily delayed vocal slices that duck in and out before funk influenced guitar licks resonate alongside a plethora of dark effects.
limited to 500 copies, this ep sees the german legends laying down some seriously danceable acid, laced with an undercurrent of techno. lights, camera, acid contains echoes of their seminal track acperience 1 , channelling the 303 vibe, whereas yo! bum rush the silver box ploughs a more electro furrow of acid. both grooves come in at over the 6 minute mark. mastered by curve pusher, artwork by g.s-l studio.
following the release of his projector ep earlier this month, daniel avery has enlisted revered london producer four tet aka kieran hebden for a remix of ‘quick eternity’, taken from the former’s long-awaited second album song for alpha. hebden flips the warm, undulating synths and crystalline percussion of avery’s original in his own inimitable style, building shimmering, skittering flourishes before a pneumatic final half.
limitierte ep mit 4 remixes zum moby & the void pacific choir-album -these systems are falling- (2016), insipiert durch die gleichnamige hollywood-animation von max fleischer aus den 1930er jahren. die 4 remixes kommen von nava ryan, zarva, blanck mass und moby selbst.