The 2nd installment of "Up from the Dust - Remixed"
Following up from Volume 1 - we present a fresh batch of electronic remixes from some of our all time favourite remixers - including Bwoy De Bhajan, Akov, Pedra Branca, Nasha Experience, Mandala Affect, ShaMANoiD, MOSE, Lo.Renzo, Slinky, CED X, Astropilot, Mystral, Pulse Drift & more...
Also included with this bandcamp release are several bonus remixes, including - Squazoid's Remix of "23 Towers", "Katarino" (as remixed by Kick Bong) , Astropilot's Ambient version of his "Lele Yane" Remix, Olelo (Spirit Travelers remix), Flooting Groove's Rework of 'The Pillar of Fire' & 'Five Plus Eight' (Sysyphe Remix).
Once again featuring a brilliant cover design from Interchill's main graphics maestro Nick Edell.
All tracks* mastered by Torin Goodnight at Ascended Mastering
*except for: Taki Ura Matts (Soma Shamanoid Remix) mastered by Kevin Metcalfe, Lele Yane (Astrpilot's Ambient remix) Mastered by Astropilot, Soul Sanctuary (Mastered by Bwoy de Bhajan) & 'Five Plus Eight' (Sysyphe Remix) Mastered by Phil Sysyphe.
supported by 92 fans who also own “Dust Remixes: Part 2”
This album is a bit more subtle than the others. At the time of its release i didn't really pay attention to it. But i came back with new eyes and ears and it blew my mind. It's actually up there with "Are you shpongled". Fabulous production! usling
supported by 86 fans who also own “Dust Remixes: Part 2”
This album livens my mix of tracks without getting too busy, it's a nice compliment.
I'll also throw a shout out for the track Falling In, from Dreaming Into Being, by Bluetech. One of my all time favorite tracks.
It's not in my bandcamp collection, I got on iTunes yrs ago before dumping that. So good though I had to mention. image3
supported by 83 fans who also own “Dust Remixes: Part 2”
this album really shows decades of musical mastery, lovingly crafted and intricately refined. every sound encountered on this journey is crystal clean, through the chilled but gripping beginning, the eccentric middle, and the finale composed of pure joy. and while its beauty wasn't immediately obvious to me, it grows on every listen pot