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Boomkat Product Review:
Leading on from the brilliant 'ReComposed' album and the Ricardo Villalobos and Carl Craig remixes, master-producer Moritz von Oswald and François K give further reinterpretations of the source material with predictably luxurious results. François K is a longtime ally of the Rhythm & Sound/MvO oeuvre, previously remixing their swansong 'See Mi Yah' riddim and sharing a kindred passion for the twin aesthetics of dub and house music. On his 'Berlin meets NY' mix, Kevorkian embellishes the horn motif and martial tattoo of the original with a full bodied technohouse rhythm, the sort of driving beat you'd expect to hear in countless DJ sets at his Deep Space nights. On the B-side, Moritz von Oswald's treatment of the material in the 'Development MIx' is nothing short of astounding. Accompanied by additional engineering from Teo Schulte, he sets a house or techno compatible groove, but staggers the effect with a killer bassline, sculpted from the sort of dub weighted sub frequencies that require you to inhale between the gaps if experienced on a worthy system. This all underpins a vastly spacious atmosphere, creating a kind of psycho-acoustic space that Villalobos talks about trying to achieve, where electronics blend with the organic and it sounds like you're listening to a room full of players, an alchemical audio hallucination on the grandest scales, imagining the Berlin Philharmonic transported in front of towering stack of speakers on a cloud over Kingston. An essential record.