DescriptionThe original was released 2004 on Trapez ltd so after more than half a million clicks on YouTube and a decade of requests for this track, we don't have to introduce Adler.
This release is a result of the Beatport remix contest and the remixes here were voted by Dominik Eulberg as the top 4 remixes of the contest.
Manuel Rodriguez is the winner of the Beatport remix contest.He is half Chilean, has a residency at the Diamant-Fabrik Magdeburg together with American Richard McCutchan and remixed Pascal FEOS in 2011.His remix of Adler is a cool combination of old school basselines containing also samples form the original track alternating between them in a relaxed and cool way always keeping a nice flow, programming a nice break and making the effort by introducing extra sounds towards the end.
Karl M established a dub colour with his remix on the basis of irregular beats before making the transfer to a 4/4 beat, creating breaks very skilfully introducing a stop and go motions which is very nice. His remix adds up being very hypnotic, creating a bubble of sound.
Masterton has remixed Adler in a Traum way creating lingering melodic sounds very pleasant and seducing... that alternate with the original samples.
John Ov3rblast has based his remix on delay patterns that melt into a zoo of sounds all bloomy and sound scape focussed. This is a brilliant choreography of electronic sounds... rather than a homogenous techno track.