Boomkat Product Review:
**INCLUDES FLOTEL REMIX EXCLUSIVE TO THE DOWNLOAD VERSION** Simon Scott, former drummer in Slowdive, gives some of today's foremost electronica artists the chance to remix his music, with the likes of Ulrich Schnauss, Sebastien Roux, Isan, Library Tapes and a great many others all rising to the challenge. In addition to Televise, Scott has links to a host of other notable acts (Epic45, Seavault - even playing drums for Klimek), giving some indication of the sort of network of fellow musicians he has to call upon. Schnauss is up first, bringing his distinctive brand of 21st century shoegaze to the beautiful 'Radiation Sound'. Next comes a fine digital re-jig of 'I Don't Know Why' by D_rradio, followed by a change of pace and approach by the always loveely Library Tapes, who really tap into the spirit of the grandiose, early '90s indie heritage of it all. Scott's own 'Flood Out' is a blast of effects-soaked texture, heralding a shift towards more experimental tendencies, which come to a head during 12k/room40 artist Sebastien Roux's cerebral, micro-dissection of 'Secret Valentine'. A return to poppier song formats isn't far away though, thanks to the melodic electronic warmth of Isan, Praveen and Zegunder. A great set of remixes from top to bottom, each really embracing the spirit of Scott's work. Recommended.