The nineteenth release on microCastle sees a very special remix package for Monaque's 'ID'. The Russian duo had an very strong year in 2010 with the huge success of their Dos3000 EP and also superb outings for Sudbeat and Renaissance. 'ID' was originally released on Kasey Taylor's excellent Vapour Recordings in October of 2009 and it was played for many months by: John Digweed, Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Christian Smith and countless other top DJs and producers. It also appeared in the Faithless Essential Mix which aired during the last week of February of 2010. For the 2011 update two of electronic music's most cutting edge producers Marc Marzenit and Luis Junior have been called upon to remix the track. Marc Marzenit is already a certified star in the electronic music underground with his now legendary live sets and his productions which could only be described as anabolic, epic progressive techno. Fresh off remixes for Max Cooper and Patch Park Marc has truly outdone himself on his ID remix. An engulfing big room sound with a cavernous bassline combined with a spine-tingling lead that stretches today's sonic boundaries to the absolute max. With support already in from Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha and Henry Saiz this promises to be another celebrated piece in Marc's famed discography. Luis Junior was one of 2010s brightest stars in electronic music. He gained an immense following over the course of the year for his unique and fresh production style that combined melodies, modern day techno sensibilities and an uncanny knack for creating unrelenting, infectious grooves. "Colache" and 'BG' both for Bedrock and his remix of Cid Inc & Lank's Coronal Mass for microCastle were 3 of last year's biggest crossover tracks, all which earned support from John Digweed and Hernan Cattaneo. For his 'ID' remix Luis has come up with a subterranean groove which is both momentous and deeply hypnotic. The character-laden hats and swirling atmospherics make way for some extraordinary diatonic moments. The melodic subtleties are the key here and Luis has nailed it yet again.