Rébeval – Rébeval [LIES056]

Paris veteran DJ Deep joins the L.I.E.S. roster with a new three track EP paying homage to the days of old when house and techno were a fresh and exciting music revolution. This EP perfectly balances the sounds and energy of the past with renewed vibrance and resurgence of what’s happening now in Paris.

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Rébeval – Rébeval [LIES056]

Synthek & Audiolouis – Unwise Remix Series #1 [NTCLP001.1]

“Unwise Remix Series” has the involvement of artists which represent Synthek & Audiolouis main points of reference and inspiration, artists who acknowledged the potential of Unwise and accepted to get involved in a great re-edition of the principal cuts of the album. Tadeo inaugurates this first installment with an outstanding reinterpretation of “Thread Between Us”. Keeps the aggressive mood of the original, raising the impetus with slender hi-hats, haunting chords and devilish synthlines, all elements that clearly manifest the powerful imprint of the spanish producer. Aubrey concludes the first side with a sophisticated rework of “Broken Pad”: an unpredictable groove made of fluctuating bleeps and drums, embraced by spacey soundscapes strewn with sonic drills and fragments. Delivering the final blow on the flipside, Polar Inertia’s work can be seen more like a long journey, than an actual remix of Unwise. The final 8-minutes-cut brings an extreme dose of deepness to the release, pervading it of a surreal atmosphere crossed by violent droning flashes, while from a dusty, heavily texturized basslines rises a thin but empowering beat, that finally embrace the distinctive (and desynchronized) riff from the original.

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Synthek & Audiolouis – Unwise Remix Series #1 [NTCLP001.1]

Daniel Avery – Remixes [PH043]

Culminating the cycle of Drone Logic, Daniel Avery releases New Energy, a collection of remixes including six new reworks. Token Records’ ace in the pack Ø [Phase] reshapes Naive Response into a beautifully psychedelic techno trip whilst Conforce turns the previously reflective Simulrec into a militaristic stomp aimed squarely at the floor. Further out still, ruthless noise experimentalist Powell takes a typically esoteric approach to Water Jump, leaving it just as catchy in disarray as when it was first conceived.

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Daniel Avery – Remixes [PH043]