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How To Confuse A Cat (Remixes)

  • Artists Blood Groove & Kikis, Kobana, Max Gueli, Raf Fender, Faskil
  • Release Date 2012-03-05
  • Labels Spring Tube
  • Catalog SPR056
  • Description "How To Confuse A Cat" is another track from works originally released on our second sampler. Its author is a cult favorite since 2005 among the devoted fans of progressive house - Belgian Jean-Christophe Detrain aka Faskil.

    His production has been picked up by such labels as microCastle, FeralCode, Navigation, Frisky, Composure, Jetlag, Ascension, Polytechnic, Silk, Morphosis and the list goes on. He has lent his hand to remixing a wide range of artists from the likes of Orbital, Luca Ricci and Derek Howell, to Harland and Gemma Hayes - every work gaining praise from all corners of the globe. Aside from producing and being an uber-cool journalist, Jean launched the "Connected" events in Paris with his friends and also hosts a successful monthly show on Frisky Radio - "Silly Waffles".

    Recently Faskil has finished his first remix work for Spring Tube which will see the light very soon but for now we present you the full single release of "How To Confuse A Cat" theme.

    The first two interpretations following the memorable original deliver label's frequent remixers - Kobana from Poland, and Blood Groove and Kikis from Latvia. The guys continue be on fire nowadays what they prove again with these remixes, more to come from them later this year.

    Other two remixes come from well known Max Gueli [Armada, Frisky] from Italy, and Raf Fender [Jetlag, Mistique] from France. Both the undoubting masterpieces from the both surely great producers.

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