How do you recontextualize the recontextualized? The genderless, genreless aurals of Born In Flamez are given new form in the shape of five intense remixes. These hands join ours in reshaping realitylet them guide you as well.
London basshead Cyphr adds a bubbling gauziness to Dreams, transforming it into a syrupy meltdown with slo-motion club vibesgliding dance through the cobwebs of 5am dance floors, half-recalled. Tek-noir queen Paula Temple hammers out a harder beat, knocking down the structure of The Coming Insurrection to set free the ethereal synthetics trapped within. A collapse of systems, a restructuring of Creation at the very base of being, reformed in the gasping goddess-light of Aisha Devi s re-perceived Easier Like That. An alien voice pleading from the Void for reassurance, given final release in a wash of electronic bliss.
In this synthetic sea-foam, Polymorphous is transfixed by mechamorphosis beneath Anika s hand as the dub-punk demon twists a rhythmic typewriter beat from the ether, welding woozy metallics onto the ghosts in the burning-cold machine. Berlin s Shes Drunk takes the listener to a higher level, adding light, airy snares atop the exoskeleton of Polymorphous to conjure a sub-tropical house jammer. Sun is no friend to us, but we bathe in this warm glow gladly.