This fresh release of the track contains two brand new remixes from top-selling producer Nomad In The Dark, and one of Loöq's most effective deep house producers, Yellowcake.
Horizon (Original Mix)
Horizon (Nomad In The Dark's Light Shine Mix)
Horizon (Nomad In The Dark's Night Mix)
Horizon (Yellowcake Remix)
On Hydras At The Helm, Kleidosty retains the ambient aspect of his earlier releases, "Kleidosty EP" and "Edifice of Artifice", but now expands the sound palate to add synths and beats. Kleidosty's method is thorough, working and reworking tracks, sometimes creating several versions, until the disparate elements have coalesced into something engaging and thoughtful.
Means of Escape
Jondi & Spesh are serving up tightly grooved, minimal, melodic techno on this release. "Church" is seasoned with underlying 80's influences, haunting ethereal choral vocals, and a rolling four-on-the-floor feel.
Church (Original Mix)
Church (Mariana's Sourdough Mix)
Church (Steve McGrath Remix)
The remixers venture into amazing new territory with Momu turning in a depth charge of mellow dubstep, Martin Garcia hitting us with his signature rolling progressive with a side of techno, and Royal Sapien expanding on his flair for dramatic electronica.
Dance With Me (Original Edit)
Dance With Me (Momu Remix)
Dance With Me (Royal Sapien Remix)
Dance With Me (Martin Garcia Remix)
Part of Issac's magic comes from his production skills no doubt, but there's something else. It's called good taste, and it's the kind of thing that separates great producers from the crowd.
Rising (Issac Remix)
Rising (Issac Dub)
"Attic" is the kind of deep techno that provides excellent sonic accompaniment for the bright lights and laser beams of the perfect night out.
Attic (Original Mix)
Attic (Mark Slee's Rabbit Hole Remix)
From the opening note, the album wraps you in the Methodrone sound of layered, sophisticated electronic soundscapes.
Rise and Fall in the Bamboo Sky
The Things You Remember
The Other Direction
Pale Blue Dot
"2am" is pure groove - tasty techno with a sinister bent. "Neuro Transistor" is darker still, with a bouncy throb underlying a huge groove worthy of headlining sets the world over.