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  • Release Date 2013-11-14
  • Label Subeast
  • Catalog SE013
Subeast Records presents 'Those Words Remixes', the follow up release to Warmth's 'Helioscope' EP.First up is the GXBW remix which keeps with the original track's ambient and eerie atmosphere to begin with before building up to a huge drop and heavy bassline. The track is vibrant, fast paced and has a strong pulse.The second track on the EP is Higuitas René's remix. René takes the original concept and plays around with some interesting percussion and vocals chops. The track has a steady pace and is definitely perfect for late night listening.Mike Tohr's remix starts off sounding very atmospheric and interesting cuts from the vocals can be heard as the track progresses. The drums are crisp and work nicely alongside a lovely low, atmospheric pad. The 4th track is a remix by Ritual. Straight away it starts off with offbeat hi hats and a strong kick, inviting the listener to prepare for a great house track. Then jackin' stabs can be heard alongside a chop from the original pad. The vocals are used nicely to add to the feeling of a classic dance floor friendly, jumpy house sound.Stephen Illius' remix starts off sounding nice and spacy. The synth sounds are futuristic and take the listener to a whole different world. The track is heavy with low-end and the bass sounds and 808 kick are deep and pulsating. Will Templar's remix is creative and takes the vibe of the original track to a different pace. The intro becomes more and more emphatic as the pressure increases. The remix really comes into its own when the strong bassline, rapid percussion and small details come alive when the track drops. Endlines takes the concept in a dark and techy house direction with his remix. The track starts with a steady beat and progresses throughout, leading up to an exciting climax. Finally, Din Mist's remix begins in a cool and interesting way, displaying a range of strange sounds and atmospheres. Later an electric guitar is introduced which sounds raw and straight up. Overall, the track is experimental and a very different take on the original, although in keeping with a similar tempo.