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FRANCIS BEBEY - REMIX by Various Artists
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Cosmin TRG - XLR8R Podcast, April 2013
01 Unknown “Untitled”
02 Moire “Lose It (Actress Remix)” (Werkdiscs/Ninja Tune)
03 IAMTHATIAM “Vibrations & Harmonies 11” (Music from Mathematics)
04 Auto Repeat “Def Jam” (SSR)
05 Acid Jesus “Uraniumsmuggle” (Klang Electronik)
06 Cosmin TRG “Semipresent” (50Weapons)
07 Beroshima “Bushido” (Muller)
08 Interflow “Mains ON” (KYR)
09 Unknown “Untitled”
10 Subtractive Synthesis “Police” (Synewave)
11 Vereker “Rosite” (L.I.E.S.)
12 Girls of the Internet “Untitled”
13 Jeff Mills “The Hand Is Faster Than the Eye”
14 Cosmin TRG “Desire Is Sovereign” (50Weapons)
15 Simon Haydo “Track 06” (DEM)
16 Norman Nodge “NN 8.0” (Marcel Dettmann)
17 Rrose “23 Lashes” (EAUX)
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Phonica Records welcome the latest addition to their ever-growing stable of talent, Pick
A Piper! The brainchild of one Brad Weber, usually found behind the drum-kit at
Caribou’s live shows, Angus Fraser and Dan Roberts, Pick A Piper Combines dance-music
structures, polyrhythmic percussion, atmospheric sound design, loopy melodies and a
focus on electronics and production technique to create a sound poised between the
organic and the synthetic and Phonica White have been blessed with two killer remixes
to release on a limited stamped and numbered 12”.
On the A-side one half of Junior Boys and increasingly prolific producer in his own right,
Jeremy Greenspan delivers his first ever solo remix! His reworking of “Lucid In Fjords” is one
of the most epic tracks we’ve heard in a while – clocking in high on the BPM scale,
Jeremy pulls out all the stops with an acid-tinged and dubby remix complete with covert
pan flute sample.
On the flip Phonica fave Dan Snaith, dons his Caribou alias for an uncharacteristically
abstract remix of “Once Were Leaves”. Moody and bass-heavy, it builds around two
other-worldly vocal samples; one pitched down, one ethereal, working in tandem to
create an atmospheric backdrop for Caribou’s downbeat drum programming. This is
Caribou showing off a different side to his productions, one we personally would like to
hear more of!
Limited vinyl pressing of 444 copies – hand stamped and numbered. Special artwork by
Pedro Carvalho de Almeida.
An addendum of sorts to his recent ‘Faint Hearted’ album, Miles’ returns with a half-hour EP more squarely aimed at the floor with four darkened, robust variants. ‘Blatant Statement’ is up first, slowly emerging from a rough alignment of metallic percussion and abrasive stabs not a million miles removed from the kind of racket you’d most likely associate with Vatican Shadow, before the almost-clipped rub of those super-warm bass stabs shifts the perspective to a different kind of environment altogether. ‘Technocracy’ delivers an oozing House deconstruction, slowed down and inebriated, while ‘Infinite Jest’ revolves around an industrial cacophony harnessed into a rhythmic anomaly situated somewhere between a technofied Pete Swanson and a sweaty Kassem Mosse. ‘Plutocracy’ ends the set with a bleached-out warehouse chug, slowed down and menacing, surrounded by a submerged choral arrangement and more of that toughened hammered-metal sound that runs through the EP.
Whitney Museum of American Art in New York redesigns its identity.
By Experimental Jetset
Co La “Moody Coup” album