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AnD
AnD Rmx 02
Electric Deluxe

Maxi Single & EP
EDLX044
Out: 13-07-2015
 
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MP3 (320 kbit)  –  WAV
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    Non Sky Signal Noise
    Justin Broadrick as JK Flesh Remix
    Techno
    07:14
    168 BPM
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    The Surface of Last Scattering
    Black Rain Remix
    Techno
    05:34
    108 BPM
    no wav
     
  •    
    Galactic Motion
    Black Rain Remix
    Techno
    05:33
    131 BPM
    no wav
     

What we say

On ‘Cosmic Microwave Background’ AnD put their full scope to work. The result was a record that fidgeted restlessly between a bleeding dancefloor and more airy machinist musings. But even sus
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On ‘Cosmic Microwave Background’ AnD put their full scope to work. The result was a record that fidgeted restlessly between a bleeding dancefloor and more airy machinist musings. But even suspended somewhere deep in the voids of space, the duo’s industrial insignia was never too far away. To remix the record, then, it made sense to honour it’s foundations with a carefully curated cast gathered from techno’s outer rim.   After confrontational remixes from O/H, Sleeparchive and a mesmeric techno rework by Zeitgeber, for the second remix EP subcultural luminaries Justin K Broadrick and Black Rain step up to the plate. Broadrick should need little introduction, but might. His cache of aliases encompass metal to hip hop to heavyweight electronics and ghostly dancefloor material. Here in JK Flesh guise he sets about on “Non Sky Signal Noise” with focus on the sort of heavy sub-bass that defines much of his output. Watch out for the haunted acid crescendo—this one is a real treat.   Then on the B-side, Black Rain founder and figurehead Stuart Argabright—who since reviving the project has found a home on Blackest Ever Black—turns “The Surface Of Last Scattering” into one of his more abstract cyber numbers, whilst “Galactic Motion” harks back to a more smokey, no wave rock jam. Both a total overhaul on AnD’s originals and a collective curveball edition to the Electric Deluxe camp.   
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