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1 review »I feel like I've stolen someone's job here. Our resident technophile Ant is an incredibly committed Juan Atkins acolyte whereas I've got like, three or four records spanning his illustrious and pioneering history. This twelve is the third in a series of coloured vinyls released to further enhance the adoration of this true Detroit electronic legend.The Infinti project was apparently his take o ... »

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  • TRESOR250C / Transparent yellow vinyl 12" on Tresor inc. Sleeparchive and Moritz Von Oswald remixes

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The Remixes - Part 3 by Infiniti aka Juan Atkins
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 10 May 2012

I feel like I've stolen someone's job here. Our resident technophile Ant is an incredibly committed Juan Atkins acolyte whereas I've got like, three or four records spanning his illustrious and pioneering history. This twelve is the third in a series of coloured vinyls released to further enhance the adoration of this true Detroit electronic legend.

The Infinti project was apparently his take on pure mid '90s techno and being that this restless period produced some utterly seminal works, I'm all ears this afternoon. The track of choice here, 'Think Quick', is a classic thumping brooder of a tune with a sturdy mesmerising groove, a warm solid 4/4 kick and tons of ascending and descending spacey atmospherics and ace techno gribbits that settle in your ear like baby electro-crickets. With Sleeparchive delving into deep hypnotic aquatic space with his submerged, shimmering remix, things actually get even better. This is by far one of Semsroth's bestest refits so far in his career, the offset industrial-tinged clatter-echo he brings in half way through adds a real thrilling element to proceedings; he's forever been one of the top Euro dons that I always invest in without hesitation.

The MVO-helmed dubby epic on side two is absolutely blinding also, deploying a giddy yo-yo bass line and stacks of magical twittering, chirruping and cascading ephemera plus the all-important pacey organic thud underneath - a mesmerising odyssey from yet another revered scene leader - looks like this yellow vinyl bitch of a record will have to come home with me tonight...


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