(180 Gtriple Gatefold Lp. Gloss Print) Remixes From Maceo Plex & Shall Ochin. Fur Coat. Extrawelt. Long Time Musical Sparring Partner Marc Romboy. Pan Pot. Max Cooper. Agents Of Time. Dominik Eulberg And Many More
After the success of Powers of Ten, Stephan Bodzin’s latest and greatest full length, the German tastemaker has now invited a key selection of artists to remix tracks from it. This great collection will be released digitally—with two bonus remixes by Super Flu and Marc Romboy—as well as on vinyl on the 18th December 2015.
The original album came in June on Bodzin’s own Herzblut Recordings and was a hugely personal affair that has been played far and wide by DJs and danced to by clubbers all over the world. Now breathing fresh life and different perspectives into the original source material are the likes of big name stars Maceo Plex & Shall Ochin, Fur Coat, Extrawelt, long time musical sparring partner Marc Romboy, Pan Pot, Max Cooper, Agents of Time, Dominik Eulberg and many more.
Things kick off with Ellum Audio boss and Shall Ocin, who flip ‘Powers of Ten’ into a serene and slow burning track full of spiritual synth lines and heavenly pads, before Spanish pair Edu Imbernon and Coyu work their magic on ‘Wir’ and reimagine it as a sumptuous and slow burning tech track with a droning baseline and cosmic melodies. Influential Crosstown Rebels act Fur Coat then tackle ‘Singularity’ and cook up a brooding, elongated main room track that locks you into its groove and never lets you go. Next, long time Bodzin collaborator and friend Marc Romboy makes ‘Ix’ into a tense tech tool that balances on a knife edge as menacing bass roams and rolls below.
From there, Cocoon team and live specialists Extrawelt makes ‘Blue Giant’ into a spooky minimal cut that is full of haunting atmosphere, festival headlining Second State pair Pan-Pot then offer lots of tense groove and sombre machine melodies on their version of ‘Zulu.’ In the second half there are dark remixes from Max Cooper, intense synth jams from Agents of Time, typically beautiful and musical offerings from Dominik Eulberg, tripped out techno rollers from Gabriel Ananda and two digital only remixes of ‘Birth’ that are deep and inviting from Super Flu and clean, reflective and soothing from Marc Romboy. Monoloc also comes up with the goods on his deep and dubby remix of ‘Singularity’.
This collection plays out almost like a mix, taking you up and down and through many different styles of electronic music, each as absorbing and essential as the next, and that’s all thanks to the on point and informed A&R of label boss Stephan Bodzin.
(added: 2015-11-09 14:51:58 )