- Release Date 2015-04-28
- Label Seclusiasis
- Catalog SECLUSD42
The first of the remixers is Trouble & Bass queen bee, Star Eyes, whose disorienting Grime rhythm is accentuated with punishing 808 one shots and swirling snares, all glued together with the punchiest vocal bassline since Yello's "Oh Yeah." Next comes the Netherland's Subp Yao, whose spin on "Bullets Like Come" is almost a throwback to 4x4 Sheffield Bassline, but fused with house keys and Subp Yao's surrealistic soundscapes. Pixelord's flip is a perfect follow up as the Moscow producer embraces the 90's rave aspects of the original and plunges into soulful 2-step garage vibes. From the warmth of Pixelord's remix, one is catapulted into a clubby abyss with Bass Science's anxiously atmospheric rework. Fittingly, Bullets Like Come closes with Footwork madman, Darren Keen, whose remix sounds like an experimental Speak & Spell wrapped in Keen's signature sonic wink and smile.
Since childhood, Dev79 has been a fan of old school anaglyph (red/blue) 3D movies, comics, etc. He'd been wanting to incorporate 3D into a music release for years and this project seemed the perfect time to do it. Limited edition 3D glasses & stickers have been made to accompany the release. They will be available for sale on the Seclusiasis site along with a download code for the EP. Big up to Tim Shaw of New-Low for designing the 3D cover, animation & glasses!