There is something distinct jolly, sometimes even tipsy going on within the grooves of the recent Acker record. For their remixes of Nouvelle Chance, the gents Eule:nhaupt and Molle:nhauer skilfully mixed up very different musical ideas and forcing rhythms with their typical humorous wink. Already the first bars of version 1 reveal that this track has quite some song character: Founding on bulbous bass sounds, perky guitar chords and the cheerful but unobtrusive voice of the female French singer find their way to the ear, and also the driving and rolling percussions create a hand-made impression. The final take-off of this title happens some time later, when a bouncy piano sets the listener into the mood of a frisky saloon party in its Wild West manner. Also version 2 distinguishes itself by a song-orientated character but refers to another instrumentation and appears slightly more slim all together. On the flipside, the remix of Mollono.Bass relinquishes the vocal part and concentrates on a reduced and functional groove that directly aims the dance floor and delivers that certain variation that is typical for Acker releases. Finally the original version from the Berlin based duo Pupkulies & Rebecca gives the available record a laid-back finish.