Chris Branns alter-ego Ptaah reached deep into the far & bizarre depths with the Perfumed Silence LP on the eclec-tronic Street King imprint. Here presented are a collective of remixes from the LP amply titled Remixed Silence. Featuring remixes from several of well respected and up and coming producers. Jazztronik turns out an atypical remix of Cosmic Sun retaining a bit of the 4/4 interrupted by noisy broken percussion. Hes on a whole other trip. Europe's own Gramophonedzie, who are best known for having a previous Beatport and Traxsource #1 tunes with "Why Don't You." Their club mix has fantastic arrangement and overall energy and their Deep Remix has a nice bounce. Italy's Locarini also delivers a heady smooth and energetic interpretation of "The Love In My Life" that's guaranteed to get your brain and body bouncing. Dance Until We Die features the vocals of uncanny Brooklyn no-wavey vixen Tiombe Lockhart. Turning this tune on its ass are remixes from Master at Work Kenny Dope who submits a breaky punchy remix. Art of Tones pushes a really nice minimal affair. Northern Italian star Dance producers Supernova remix "Everything is Naturally Free," and there's so much riding on this mix it's almost impossible to describe, and a superb Edit made by edit-master Danny Krivit, has won over the crowds when he played it at his renowned 718 Sessions parties as well as the legendary Body & SOUL events. UK House producer Spencer Parker is on "Your Soul On Mine" duty adding a bit more acoustic rawness with live-sounding percussion colored by repeated cinematic piano and string jabs while keeping the jazziness intact. Listen and know what we mean. UK-by-way-of-Argentinian producers Silver City who gives "Fade Away" a phenomenal, full on modern Disco feel. "Perfumed Silence" remixed by up and coming Italian producer Francesco Tarantini who's already creating a buzz with his infectious Deep/Tech/Soulful House tracks. "Brown Out"'s break-beat experimental original get a superb re-rub by talented German tech producer Siopis, who's had productions on notable labels like Get Physical, and delivers a deep pumpin' chunker. Super-talented French producer Manoo delivers a straight up 4/4 deep soundscape-y house mix of "Sun's Departure." Quite the masterpiece in its production and arrangement Japanese producer, Kuniyuki, whose Dub of "Tears and Light" brings the song out of the Garden Tea Party and back onto the dance floor. The Cosmic Laws remixed by Mr. Phil Asher of UKs Restless Soul providing his signature soul style is the absolute perfect bed for Monday Michirus wondrous vox to lay upon. Though Perfumed Silence is a significant record in laying fresh foundations this remodeled compilation of remixes continues to push forward Ptaah to further depths.