Produced by Cisco Ferreira & Robert Leiner.
Audiomatiques has released many times on Unrilis, but also boasts tracks on Codex, Octopus, Respekt and AnalyticTrail. This EP features new remix versions of “Function” that’s a track taken from Audiomatiques’ last EP on Unrilis, which became an underground hit due to the infectious melody of its acid lead synth. First of the remixes is a collaborative effort from influential techno icon The Advent, and exciting new talent M.I.T.A. Their industrial edged rework has frantic energy and high velocity rhythms perfect for maximum impact on the dance floor.
After a couple of great remixes for Noir Music Robert S (PT) delivers his first soloreleaseon the label and I am proud to present these three amazing originals and tworemixes courtesy of Drumcell and The Advent.
Robert and I have been compiling this release over several months and put togetherwhat we felt was a really strong 3-tracker. We have been testing the tracks in the clubsaround the world making sure we had compiled the perfect release and we are bothsuper happy with the end-result.
On top of that we reached out to Drumcell and The Advent for remixes and they bothdelivered fantastic takes on the Exoplanets track.
This release starring by the head of Code Records, Cesar Almena, brings us an original bomb track accompanied by 5 excellent remixes which make this one of the most complete ep’s released by our label up to date by its quality and diversity on all tracks.
Each one gives his vision from the original track resulting an ep for many diverse tastes. Surely among the 6 tracks you will find at least that one you love.
TECHMARINE BOTTOM FEEDERS – THE VISION (THE ADVENT & ZEIN REMIX)
Hitting the seabed first will be The Vision, a heavy hitting EP of deep sea, bionic funk. The EP opens with We Cannot Help You (Side Steppin), which features spoken vocals from Paris that begin to tell the tale of Techmarine Bottom Feeders. The original version is followed by a typically forward-thinking remix by The Exaltics thats heavy and raw with some added atmospherics at the fade-out. The second original version is title-track, The Vision which takes a techier approach, laced with a good dose of acid, while father-son duo, The Advent & Zein deliver their own finely-crafted vision, with metallic sounds designed for maximum dance floor impact.
After the way Dorian Blue Part 1 permeated through dance floors across the globe and shook listeners at their core, The Advent is back on Thema Recordings with an unrivaled return. His calescent energy has only grown with time, culminating in three interminable tracks of jacked body mechanics. Whether it’s the hammering slapback of the A side or the signature electro-infused B side, there’s nothing here for a tame dance floor. Seeing as these heaters begged to be thrown around as doubles, a series of locked grooves have been included for those with the skillset to match their collection. With everything resting easily above the 130 mark, the searing pressure of these productions is undeniable. The Advent cements his legacy once again with a record that is not for the faint of heart.
Text by: Nathan Levenson
The Voice of God was originally released in 1999 on Mike Dearborn’s Majesty Recordings label. This track appeared on his Album “Ready For War”. This will be the first of many Remix projects to be released from the album. The original track was remastered by Misjah van der Heiden (DJ Misjah) of 24 mastering. For remix duties, The Advent, Tom Hades and A.Paul were called upon, and they delivered. Heavy and Bangin’ reworks, as you would expect from these Heavyweights