3000Grad CD009 “THE GLITZ” Selected Remixes

Cat Nr.: 3000GRADCD009
Format: CD | DIGITAL
Release: 08/2014 | WORLD WIDE
Distribution: KOMPAKT.FM



With the Remix Compilation „Selected Remixes“ The Glitz go the logical step to compile their favorite remixes on a very special longplayer. That this is more than a foretaste to their upcoming album is quickly undestood if you know that both Glitz guys have been the most active remixers during the last years. With their interpretation of the original songs by Italoboyz, Douglas Greed, The Hacker, Dapayk or Lee van Dowski among others, they always seem to surprise effortlessly. Perhaps it is the ease and the breeze of functionality with which they make their way through the different genres. Always a little bit catchy, always without distorting their own unique acoustic atlas. But presumably it is just the sincere enjoyment of music.

www.theglitz.de / www.voltage-musique.com

Be Svendsen snatched the audio tracks from 4 virtuous sound acrobats and juggles them in the free space between streamlined House, classic fairground buzz, and silent film music from the Golden 20s. It sounds quite effusive, yes tipsy – but once you start moving to the rhythm you’ll realize that it has been constructed on the solid foundation of experience and dance floor precision. Of course Acid Pauli provides a perfect starting point for this venture: Be Svendsen straps the swaying piano chords of his Requiem For A Loop to a swinging bass line, performs wild caprioles, and just when you think he’s finally lost it he jumps back to joyful forward boost. His remix of Schlaraffenland by the Electronic Swing Orchestra keeps the rich composition of the original track and combines it with simple yet extremely catchy beat structures. The most hypnotic title on this EP is created together with Monolink and inspired by the multidimensional deepness of The Micronaut: A wonderfully dreamy remix of Modulation Transfer Function. Even more variation comes with The One, a shuffling groove monster that has everything it takes to turn the audience into a broadside of human cannonballs.