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  • Artists G.Rizo, Ben Mono, Group Niob, Elektro Guzzi
  • Release Date 2012-12-10
  • Label Hezekina Pollutina
  • Catalog HP003
  • "Autonomy" is a marching, techno-meets-hip hop vocal track, characterized by a dystopian bass line, which ascends to suffocating levels before pitching down dramatically. Break neck speed hi hats and fat pressure-cooking kicks drive the song, serving up a rich, forceful attitude. G.rizo goes for impact with her swift rapping, riding on the beat and aiming to "bring back the boogie!" Born of a meeting between G.rizo and Donovans (Nicolas Nekmouche & David Said), during those heady days of Myspace circa 2007/8, "Autonomy" has survived that era due to its authentic and pure, visceral punch. "Autonomy" remixes offer a stylistic variety, generously provided by musical allies (and brilliant producers) who truly embed their own signature to the track and collectively create an expansive vision: Berlin's Ben Mono goes back to the 90's, with a Trax Records-style homage (there is also an Ben Mono instrumental version). Group Niob's monsta-dark tune, waxes nostalgic too, while pushing a very modern bass-heavy dance-floor agenda. Elektro Guzzi, the 3-man live techno band, takes the song into a distorted-disco-dub zone, driven by hard grooves and hand played precision. Finally, G.rizo's LHS remix (featuring Dominik Traun on synths and Jakob Schneidewind on bass) focuses on another kind of funk - heavy dripping in synthesizer spasticity and supported by live bass. ...

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