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‘The Beginning’ (Joe Syntax remix)
Rising star of Med School Music, Joe Syntax, channels the spirit of 90s Bristol and transforms ‘The Beginning’ from its original esoteric moodiness into a militant bassline stepper that recalls the high points of V Recordings and Full Cycle. Metronomic pulses and vocal samples lead up to an almighty analogue bassline guaranteed to do the required damage to any club.
‘Blue Skies’ (Unquote remix)
Joe Syntax’s Med School brother-in-arms, Unquote, tackles the frenetic percussion and dense sound design of the original ‘Blue Skies’ head-on, stripping it down and folding it back in to itself in a bleak, rain-filled dub workout. Fragments of the original can be heard in the far distance, pitched down, chopped up and smothered in static while a river of deeper-than-deep basslines carry lo-fi vocal chops, dubbed out instrumentation and rusty drums in its current.
‘All or Nothing’ (Sincopate remix) [digital exclusive]
The winner of the Blu Mar Ten Kmag 2012 remix competition was newcomer Sincopate. Purveyor of all things bouncy and upbeat, Sincopate didn’t disappoint with his reworking of ‘All or Nothing’. An instant summer classic, his remix uses a classic progressive palette, recreating and expanding the original samples into a bouncy house tempo all underpinned with unexpected breaks and a gratuitously uplifting bassline. Already doing the rounds of our slower-tempo’d brethren, expect to hear this remix at all respectable outdoor events this summer.
Love is the Devil Remixes: Part Two will be available as a strictly limited 12” pressing together with mp3s. This will be a single-run only with no repressing.
Love is the Devil Remixes: Part One – dBridge & Marcus Intalex
‘All Thoughts Are Prayers’ (Marcus Intalex remix)
‘Sweet Little Supernova’ (dBridge remix)