- Release Date 2016-03-07
- Label Bonzai Basiks
- Catalog BB2016169X
First up on this rip roaring pack we get a tasty treat from Orlando Voorn and Juan Atkins under their Infiniti guise. Game One gets the remix treatment from Quantec which serves up a superb deep, lush groove dripping with techno. As a bonus we also get a remix from Steve Rachmad and here he beefs up the sound and adds a deeper element with strings and a brilliantly executed stab sequence.
Format #1 gave us one of the most iconic techno tracks of the early nineties. Solid Sessions gets the remix treatment from Vince Watson and Legowelt. Scottish producer Vince's pacey remix from 2011 delivers a sublime techno groove that simplified the melody and added perfectly balanced layers to beef up the groove. Dutch maestro Legowelt's 2011 remix offers up a wonderfully textured slice of techno. Here he focused in on the melodic elements while building a solid wall of drums around a hypnotic bassline and cool acid licks.
Limited Edition - The Light is a classic from 1992 and showcases Orlando's producing and sampling skills to the max. Such a perfectly executed track with mesmerizing stabs and chords that take on many persona throughout the track building up a solid techno groove, simply magical.
Fix was one of Orlando's longer running projects and in 1992 we got the first incarnation - Flash and Dope Computer on Kevin Saunderson's KMS label. Flash can only be described as a robotic funky techno slice, this appealed to many and got major playtime in many sets. Dope Computer appeared next to Flash in its original form, but here we've been graced with a remix from techno master Ken Ishii. Ken does as Ken does and he knocks it outta the park with this one. A sublime transformation from the original, acidified and discofied to the max.
Up next Orlando gives us two tracks under his own name - Face and Wiggle. Face is