I’d like to think that the Nuage Remixes from Blu Mar Ten, The Levels, Bop and Nuage, for the Prints of You, will ensure eargasm
Nuage – Colors (Blu Mar Ten Remix)
First up on the agenda is the Blu Mar Ten remix of Colors, a rushing roller injected with plenty of the BMT’s, deep bassline brush work.
Nuage – Waterfalls (Nuage Remix)
Blissful chimes and crunchy shuffling drum patterns flow through this piece of ear medicine. Nuage makes some magic through sample laying and ensures all is underpinned by a deep down bassline.
Nuage – Overseas (Bop Remix)
Bop on the remix of Overseas is a joy. Classic Bop glitch and bass work makes for a sublime experience.
Nuage – Shining (The Levels)
The Levels remix of Shining features undulating synth and a pure appreciate for the Veronique J vocal musings. Beatification!
In December 2015 the Distances LP from Himalia got the rework treatment here’s the run down. Some serene remixes for a gorgeously chilled, deep LP. There’s many to like of cause and below I’ve picked a few. BUY > Bandcamp – https://pegdoll.bandcamp.com/album/distances-remixed
Himalia – Distances (Despicable Youth Remix)
Deep rolling serenity here. The Despicable Youth have worked nicely on the vocals and thrown in a big warm bassline that’ll get the vibes ticking for sure.
Himalia – Kingdom Ft. Sakima (Barefoot Remix)
Future Garage feels, on this remix, a delicious snare and some intoxicating layers with some subtle, crisp, crunchy percussive elements.
Himalia – Falling (Sieren Remix)
Sieren gives Falling the Future G treatment. Muffled piano keys ride the rythum of this sky reaching composition.
Himalia – Falling (Type 2 & Soligen Remix)
Type 2 and Soligen blitz into their reworking of Falling with snap snare work before unleashing with a deep sinister bassline which submerses the soundscape. Deep Drum and Bass tastes ;-).
Himalia – Thought So (BRTN Remix)
For BRTN’s remix of Thought So we have more of a Garage vibe than the two other Future pieces on this selection. Deep and thoughtful, dominated by the breaks and with a minimalist feel, which might even be suited paired up with some nice Techno. If you’re feelin the Techno aurals, then this remix is for you.
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Deep, Dark atmospherics are driven by strong, menacing kicks on Blu Mar Tens remix of SAAL – Signs. Throughout the piece, vocal snips pepper over, whilst a deliciously sinister bassline weaves in and out the soundscape. Blu Mar Ten would also like to add that – ‘There are very strong scientific links between boot cut jeans & everything negative in this world’ and that ladies promoting the wearing of such items should not be allowed to vote.
Four delicious twists on Janaka Selekta – Good Vibes ft. Jahdan Blakkamoore. Thought the Ed Solo mix was going to get the kudos here but the Hooves Remix just smashed it. Love the bassline. Definitely going to be the mix for a transition to DnB. Buy > http://apple.co/1QeTAW0
Janaka Selekta – Good Vibes ft. Jahdan Blakkamoore (One Drop Mix)
Janaka Selekta brings the good vibes on this Reggae piece. Laced with a cheeky trumpet underpinned by low down rumbling a bassline and some nice Dub feel reverb and Echo
Janaka Selekta – Good Vibes ft. Jahdan Blakkamoore (Ragga DnB Mix)
Brings a Drum and Bass step to the original. Keeping it close in feel to the original before breaking in. Maintaining that cheeky sound Janaka Selekta places in a subtle ripping synth and playful synth line.
Janaka Selekta – Good Vibes ft. Jahdan Blakkamoore (Ed Solo & Stickybuds Remix)
Ed Solo and Stickybuds take to remix duties. Rushing in with a strong snare line but maintaining to the original vibes before breaking in with a deep rolling take on the original baseline. On the second break the remix duo up the rush and head into further elaboration on the bassline
Janaka Selekta – Good Vibes ft. Jahdan Blakkamoore (Hooves Remix)
The Hooves remix kicks at the original speed before making a big old switch into a deliciously thick treacly bassline. The cheeky aspect is there again with some steel-drum-esque (?!!) synth work.