Daniel Avery

Song For Alpha Remixes - One (Inc. Manni Dee / Anastasia Kristensen / Patrick Russell Remixes)

Phantasy Sound

PH75

Daniel Avery

Song For Alpha Remixes - One (Inc. Manni Dee / Anastasia Kristensen / Patrick Russell Remixes)

Phantasy Sound

PH75

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ARTIST
Daniel Avery
TITLE
Song For Alpha Remixes - One (Inc. Manni Dee / Anastasia Kristensen / Patrick Russell Remixes)
LABEL
Phantasy Sound
CAT NO.
PH75
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    22/03/2019
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Techno
FEATURING
Anastasia Kristensen Daniel Avery Manni Dee Patrick Russell
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A. Citizen // Nowhere (Manni Dee Remix)
  2. B1. Glitter (Anatasia Kristensen Remix)
  3. B2. Diminuendo (Patrick Russell Remix)

SALES NOTES

Daniel Avery broadens the exquisite sonic universe established on last year’s critically-acclaimed sophomore LP Song For Alpha, presenting the collected B-sides & Remixes. Showcasing cuts from the album’s writing and recording process, as well, Avery also invites a number of his contemporaries and some of the most vital underground producers in the world to rework his original material, with transformative results.

The frosty melancholy of Citizen // Nowhere is reworked by London producer Manni Dee into something altogether monstrous. Introducing itself with a kick drum powerful enough to level a warehouse, and only getting more urgent from there forward, Dee’s remix blends a knowing rave glint in the eye with a nonetheless uncompromising stance.

The Copenhagen-via-Moscow producer Anastasia Kristensen immediately justifies her status as a rapidly rising talent on the scene, locking into a delicate yet no less powerful groove for her sparkling remix of Glitter. Seamlessly heightening the almost meditative qualities of Avery’s original, she weaves a blissful rhythmic trip, taking in razor-sharp percussions and spectral dub techno.

A longstanding fixture on the Midwest US rave scene, Patrick Russell applies his typical grit to ‘Song For Alpha’s firmly dancefloor focused centrepiece, Diminuendo. In subtly shifting the focus to the track’s passages of overwhelming feedback, he sculpts a black hole of snarling electro and piston-like breaks, sure to prove an inviting wormhole to those willing to surrender further, deeper and darker.

Published: 15th February 2019

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