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Various - The Mix Collection: Tiefschwarz (RENAISSANCE)
Various - The Mix Collection: Tiefschwarz
Various - The Mix Collection: Tiefschwarz
Various - The Mix Collection: Tiefschwarz
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The Mix Collection: Tiefschwarz


VÖ-Datum: 16.10.2014

Musikstil: Electro / Electronic

Artikelnummer: 1820536 / renew06cd

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Renaissance are proud to announce that Tiefschwarz have stepped up to compile the latest instalment of their 'The Mix Collection' series. With a DJ and production career spanning over 16 years, releases on Cocoon, Wave Music, Souvenir and remix work as far ranging as Depeche Mode, Roxy Music, Booka Shade, Madonna and Plastikman it seemed a perfect fit to bring their wide set of influences together for a set of two mixes.~~~~CD 1 kicks off with an introduction from Tiefschwarz themselves before quickly delving into the uplifting sounds of Clarian and Axel Boman. Richard Fearless' remix of Bot'ox's 'Basement of Love' and Ewan Pearson's Bachar Mar-Khalife remix focuses the groove, while the vocals on Michael Mayer's 'Good Times' and the beautiful Eric Volta & Jonny Cruz's 'Sunrise' provide euphoric highs. The ominous territory of Spada's 'Norah' and Mario Basanov's 'Red Line' work in perfect contrast to the tropical sounds of Acid Pauli & Laura Weider's 'Oregano' and Knox's blissful 'Mornings' - precisely the sort of stylistic shifts you'd expect from the veteran duo.~~~~CD 2 is a mix of contrasts. Ruede Hagelstein's 'Detuned' acts as a statement of intent, followed by upbeat cuts from Terranova, Hanfry Martinez & Javier Carballo, Daze Maxim and Slove before Dauwd's 'Heat Division' takes a step back from the dancefloor. Next up are previous Renaissance contributors Tale Of Us, whose 'Another Earth' features before Tiefschwarz' own 'Voices' (exclusive to this mix album). The near-indecipherable vocals of Elon's 'Andres' blend seamlessly into Mathew Jonson's 'Automaton', while the acid-tinged textures of Sonodab's 'Dose Rhythm' sit perfectly with Jay Haze's rerub of 'Don't Rush' by Michal Ho. Kenny Leaven's 'Rocket' is an intense gateway to the serene '11 a.m. (After)' by Marco Freivogel, which acts as a beautiful closer for a pair of mixes that explore all areas of the mind, not just the body.~~~~

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