Pablo Bolivar, a Spanish producer behind several minimal house releases, and Aphro Sainz have teamed up as Pulshar. The original “Sacrifice of Love” is a soft-couch-song with subtle dub techno lines, and “Mantistyle” (Deep’s Edayar Remix) is not much different, reminding of the output of Sub Static and other German labels
Lingerie girls on the sleeve and bargain price were the drivers behind the purchase of this 2009 record with three interpretations of “Fragment One (…And I Kept Hearing)”. A-side is filled with a remix by Sweden’s Style Of Eye, a family-friendly pop track with hints of shuffle and minimal house, that would
A drop-dead serious session by Rohr and Schoenemann, and by their remixing friends. It’s music of November, sounding like the moments when you have stayed inside and hear whirlwind trying to unroof your den. And the weather forecast tells it will not be any better.The original is a creeping and
Luke Slater, techno man in business for almost 20 years, puts his remixing hands on the track called “Gmork” and does it with passion. Definitely he returns to his roots here with a solid floor stuff and we can forgive him diversions to average-sounding breaks and electro productions (“Wireless”, 1999).
SD Records, one of the luminaries in the new coming of dub techno with emphasis on the first part of the genre definition, with three remix treatments of “Beyond The Stars”. Speedy J, historical figure behind the floor hymn in praise of to the high-collar knitwear*, makes a powerful apperance