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Digitalis are on a bit of a roll right now, well I guess it always kinda is, but it seems like the label is on fire right now with great releases these past coupla weeks from Koenraad Ecker and Peder Mannerfelt and now this stonking collection of Ricardo Donoso remixes with a perfectly curated selection of remixers.
Now back in the days where I’d go into a recordshop and have a pile of techno 12”s to wade through on headphones, had I put the needle on Yves De Mey’s reworking of ‘The Sphinx’ it would have reached the YES pile within 40 seconds. Opening with darkside growling bass and introducing elements from the original it sounds like Samuel Kerridge plays Cluster. Like I say this mix alone is worth the entry fee.
Recondite turns in an evocative deep melancholy techno mix. Subtext fellow Paul Jebanasam expands ‘Affirmation’ into an eerie widescreen soundworld complete with panic attack inducing bleeps and gargantuan evil thunderous bass drops. John Tejada chips in with a pristine, super classy late night tech-house mix. I love TM404 tracks so the final mix from this Andreas Tillander pseudonym is the icing on the cake, transforming ‘Open Drawer, Full of Masks’ into one of his magnificent euphoric TB303 driven dubby acidhouse tracks complete with weeping strings. An ace and diverse remix package.
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