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Early support by Surgeon, Luke Slater, Marcel Dettmann, Blawan, Norman Nodge, Slam, Keith Carnal, DVS1, Jeroen Search, DJ Rolando, Paul Ritch, Kwartz, Dustin Zahn, Joel Mull, Shlomo, P.E.A.R.L., Jonas Kopp, Pfirter, Mark Broom, Jeff Rushin, Amotik, Psyk, Francois X, Cassegrain, Denise Rabe, Etapp Kyle, Angel Molina, Tommy Four Seven, Jon Hester
Florian Meindl's third artist album "Time Illusion" marked another big milestone in his career. After several live act shows, where he showcased his flair for live performance with some heavy equipment including his Eurorack ModularSystem, he has picked 3 artists who he admires for their own unique take on techno music to remix the album.
His choice fell on LUCY, who is responsible for the curation of the highly respected Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint, on SIGHA who is known and respected for his modular system performances and production techniques on labels like Token or Blueprint. The third choice fell on up and coming Netherlands based producer and DJ duo TWR72 who continually put out fresh and game-changing releases on their label FLOAT Rec.
The LUCY remix spans on a whole A side with 45 rotations per minute and opens a window in a yet unknown dimension of expanding effect drones which takes the listener on an extraordinary trip of its own. He took the opportunity and wove the breakbeat from the original composition into a straight-clocked rhythm while giving the harmonic content a new unheard surreal depth. This track has got the potential to suck the dancers minds into a strange journey and yet keep them on the tidy rhythm.
SIGHA's interpretation of "Frame Of Mind" manages to be heavy and soft at the same time with industrial noise movements and mystic synth sequences emerging and disappearing. The beauty in this masterpiece lies in the balance between the sweet harmonic content and the pounding beat construction, which keeps moving and modulating until the very end.
TWR72 delivered a perfectly working and grooving DJ weapon, which is highly playable in all sorts of situations. They perfectly managed to incorporate the key elements from the original into their very own signature sound. The eclectic alternation between a suspense-packed part and a pure forward going beat section makes this tune outstanding and joyful to put on the turntable again and again.