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Purple Voices Remixes

  • Artists Audio Dependent, Ian Funk, Dave, Lowran, Sam, Yin Elek, Fancie
  • Release Date 2009-05-21
  • Labels Stir Sound
  • Catalog STIRD012
  • Description It's on and poppin' with StidDigital #12. Now we're bringing
    you another great round of remixes from Fancie's Purple
    Voices EP [STIRD003]. StirSound staple artists Yin Elek, SDL
    and Ian Funk are joined by British newcomer Audio
    Dependent for a deliciously diverse swim in the purple. A
    track that got continuous response in many club settings is
    now remixed in four different directions. Known for his work
    on Metroline LTD, Audio Dependent kicks this release off with
    his straightforward and enveloping percussion melded with
    funky synth textures and rebounding blaps. StirSound
    daddy, Ian Funk gets things wiggling with his rework by
    adding some skitzy hi hats and a twittering back and forth
    melody/harmony throw down that sings atop a jabbing
    rhythm section. Enjoying his success with his last
    collaboration with Sarah Goldfarb on Roman*Photo, SDL gets
    a little shadowy. His haunting drums, sparse programming
    and eerie repetition give the track a cryptic and spooky
    demeanor. Last, but never least is Yin Elek's ultra techy and
    spaced out revision. Going more towards a deep techno
    sound, he utilizes Sci-Fi synth work and subtle yet knocking
    drums to tell his tale of the big room bold.Paravoice's
    herculean EP. For the most perverted and deviant track of
    the EP, we have Half the Paper, which features the
    producers very own disturbed vocal vision of 5,000
    helicopters and experimentation with special little brown
    papers. It doesn't get much more intimate than this and it's
    all glued together with a hypnotizing Guadalajaran tech-
    house groove. Finally, Paravoice is presenting Robotion,
    easily the most wrathful of the 5. Its relentless rhythm
    section and whistling medical instrument sounds provide a
    storming piece of music producton.

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