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Spectral Remixed

  • Artists Audion, Kate Simko, Daso, Broker/Dealer, James T. Cotton, Osborne, Onur Ozer, Barem, Lucio Aquilina, Sami Koivikko, Ryan Elliott
  • Release Date 2008-11-04
  • Label Spectral Sound
  • Catalog SPC51
  • To celebrate our 50th release into the catalog, the comprehensive
    survey Spectral Sound Vol. 2, we look back at some of our finest
    moments with a companion remix collection. Spectral Remixed cherry
    picks the label’s best recent cuts, then gives them some brand-new
    spit ‘n polish courtesy of a few of our favorite international

    Audion’s “Fred’s Bells,” already the creepiest of minimal creepers,
    gets a late-night rubdown by Istanbul-based producer Onur Ozer:
    phantasmagorical vocals float around unseen corners of a shadowy
    nightclub, while Ozer teases up the track’s sex appeal with libidinous
    bongos and handclaps. Next, Argentina’s Barem tries his hand at “She
    Said” by Spectral first lady Kate Simko, sinking Simko’s wobbly
    gyroscope synths deep into the pulsating depths of a bass bin.
    Finally, one of Spectral’s newer artists, Daso, receives an ebullient
    tune-up from Italian techno pusher Lucio Aquilina; if we described
    Daso’s original as a fluid ride in a streamlined sports car, then
    Aguilina’s update is a syncopated skip along a careening railroad

    More treats abound in the digital release of Spectral Remixed.
    Broker/Dealer's sophisticated "Soft Sell" gets a darkly romantic
    makeover from Sami Koivikko to coincide with the release of their
    same-titled 12-inch. Following in the steps of his 2008 full length,
    Osborne hands the reins to Spectral's own Ryan Elliott for a
    slow-burning edit of "Bout Ready to Jak." And, multitasking artist
    Tadd Mullinix steps back into his acid-house guise, James T. Cotton,

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