DJ Sprinkles (aka producer / theorist Terre Thaemlitz) has, perhaps unexpectedly (although you’d be a fool to try and develop a rule of thumb for Sprinkles) chosen to remix a Simon Fisher Turner piece that originally soundtracked a film about Mount Everest. Shishapangma pairs the deep house rework with the original for a great record. On Comatonse Recordings.
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What will DJ Sprinkles get up to next? Having already sampled Arthur Scargill on a recent release, the deep house producer is getting increasingly hard to predict.
This time it’s a remix of part of Simon Fisher Turner’s soundtrack ‘The Epic of Everest’. It’s easy to see what has piqued the interest of the Sprinklemeister. The original is a gorgeous piece of fluttery electronics with horns as soft as the flip side of a dog’s ear. A really lovely piece.
Overleaf Sprinkles deep house-ifies it with some simple metronomic beats and add further syn-horns and shards of stretched out sound. Gorgeously deep bass makes an appearance towards the finish with some deliciously dubbed out echoes. What a marvellous release this is. Superb atmospheric house for those endless train journeys.
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