Seth Schwarz has multiple backgrounds. One the one side there is his life-long passion for classical music. On the other side, there is his enthusiasm for energetic club grooves. In the middle, there is a style that combines highly sophisticated composition techniques with banging kick drums and whipping hi-hats. The instrumental version of Elysium features the virtuous violin play and the intricate arrangement skills of Seth Schwarz. Its this harmonic backbone that makes the dance floor version a truly symphonic experience, as well. Mollono.Bass builds his hypnotic remix on jangling sound fragments of Elysium before he drops the full orchestral impact of the original. The Canooby Tune gives full expression to the open-minded character of Seth Schwarz, featuring a jazzy double bass, a bouncy piano, and broken beat textures. Dole & Kom turn this lively jam session into a trembling dose of floorward pressure. Last but not least the Pink Parrot keeps rising into heady heights to the sound of dreamy violin chords and vibrant beats; whereas the remix of Casimir von Oettingen takes the listener towards dark, mysterious depths.