The art of the remix has always been an important part of the electronic music genre. The ability to take parts of an existing track and mold it into your own composition, while infusing your own style, is not a skill possessed by every producer. 'Flamuri I Popullit" stood particularly strong on its own on DJ 3000's "Galactic Caravan" LP. So to add remixes by Belgium's Buscemi and Japan's own J.A.K.A.M afforded the already cultural soaked track with an extra dose of global influence. The original mix of "Flamuri I Popullit' is a prime example of DJ 3000's progression as a producer. It is composed of an exact blend of the culturally rich sound that has been ever present since Motech Records earliest releases with an evolving funky swagger that is more and more apparent on each DJ 3000 release. The Buscemi remix of "Flamuri I Popullit' is a seductive, almost dream like composition that draws you in with every passing second. And just as you are drawn in fully, the beat drops and you are forced to move. This remix is a guaranteed floor burner that will certainly captivate crowds across the globe and appear on DJ charts worldwide in the coming months. JAKAM (also appearing as Moochy, Juzu) is a producer without pre conceived boundaries and classification. This self proclaimed freestyle is readily apparent on his remix of "Flamuri I Popullit." JAKAM retains the original vibe of the track, but adds a darker and driven feel. If the Buscemi mix aimed for our carnal appeal, JAKAM has certainly aimed for our cerebral response to the track. Whether it is through individual effort, collaboration or through the remix, Motech Records continues its never ending push towards achieving a global sound and vision. From every corner of the world we converge under the Motech banner to present you with our sound. Are you listening?