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FR199
ARTIST
MANUEL TUR
TITLE
REMIXED SAMPLER (INCL. STEVE BUG, JOHN DALY & AERA REMIXES)
LABEL
Freerange
CATALOGUE
FR199
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    2015/02/16
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
ALL ARTISTS
DESCRIPTION
Massive remix package alert!!
Whilst randomly flicking through his Itunes library Manuel Tur hit upon a
selection of remixes that have been made of his music over the years and
realized that, as well as many of them having gone criminally under the
radar, many are absolutely solid gold and all of them deserve to be put
together on one LP to showcase these beauties.  The artists involved reads
like a who’s who of underground house and techno with vintage names like
Pepe Bradock, Ian Pooley and Isolée rubbing shoulders with young upstarts
like Ugly Drums and Damiano von Erckert.  For those who are already
familiar with these remixes we wanted to make sure you had some brand new
and exclusive music to get your teeth into so added three brilliant
remixes of tracks from Manuel’s latest LP Es Cub to the package which is
exactly what you have here on this sampler release.
All three names need little by way of introduction, being Poker Flat
honcho Steve Bug, Feel and One Track founder John Daly and Innervisions
and Pets regular Aera.  All three deliver their own unique take with their
trademark quality and attention to the dancefloor all present and correct.
Steve Bug’s Remix of Ara Anam kicks off the release in classic Bug style
with clipped beats, simple stabs and that warmth of production that makes
everything he does work so nicely in the club.  John Daly is up next
ditching his more cosmic, spaced out deep house sound for a straight up
dub techno onslaught.  Not your usual Freerange fare of course but when
the music is this good who cares?  Play loud in a smokey warehouse or not
at all!  Finally, Aera gives us his spin on Agrafena, a twisted and edgy
track with crazy synths and stripped back beats taking us on a turbulent
magic carpet ride into the future. Or something like that.

Published: January 29, 2015