DescriptionFor his fourth release on Meant records, Remain delivers 2 strong original tracks: one is an uncompromising techno killer and the other a more personal piece, flirting with indie rock.
The common point between RALPH and DIGRESSION: a rare dancefloor efficiency ...
The old school 707 claps and the hypnotic gimmick provide the track with an unpredictable ravy feel, while the break will leave you breathless as the bass kicks back in. Sounds like the perfect soundtrack for a freak circus
Take a syncopated disco bassline, cosmic synths and thumping drums, and get in for the ride. The weird groove turns the track into a brainwasher as the rhythm gets more and more oppressing. A complete mess that'll leave you ecstatic.
3/ RALPH (EWAN PEARSON REMIX)
It's peak time in the warehouse. (In this remix) Ewan Pearson's reinterpretation keeps the original bassline but adds his very own funky touch, turning the track into a definite loopy dancefloor hit. Old school house strings combine with cosmic synth layers to set a weird and druggy atmosphere...
4/ DIGRESSION (PAN/TONE REMIX)
Pan/Tone turns Remain's Disgression into a loopy tech house rework, adding an industrial flavour to the lot. The hypnotic gimmick and the genuine 4/4 techno beat turns it into a freefall into deep space.
5/ DIGRESSION (PLEIN SOLEIL REMIX)
Great reengineering from the two Parisian cool cats Chloé and Krikor AKA Plein Soleil. Once again, they deliver a unique blend of freaky funk and old school electro. Welcome to the twisted world of Plein Soleil !