Somewhere In Space We Hang Suspended (Rioux Rework) – AIMES

beautifuldecayremixed

A lovely cosmic track from last year gets a psychedelic remix. Out next week. Free download.

Last summer we had Aimes’ Beautiful Decay EP of cosmic synth rock. It’s been remixed and the best track from the EP gets a remix from Rioux (Erin Rioux from New York). This takes the wide-eyed wonder and warps the electronics into more of a space rock kind of feel. Does justice to the original.

The rest of the EP’s here. There’s a free download of the Soft Lighting remix of the same track. This takes a more synth-based approach but slightly loses the sense of wonder. There are a range of remixes and styles, but of the remainder Boligee’s remix of After The Storm is the pick of the bunch with a

Blurb: The follow up to the Brooklyn Producers’ much lauded 2012 EP sees remix duties from some of the Northeast and beyond’s most forward thinking and dance floor savvy producers including Chaz Bronz (DFA, Nang), Beto Cravioto (Kaviar Disco Club, Plant Music), Travmatic (Kaviar Disco Club, Plant Music), Soft Lighting (Synthemesc), Candide, Business Casual Disco, Rioux, Jules Schimmer and AIMES’ bass leaning alter ego Boligee. The remix EP sees the producers reworking the original dreamy, synth-wave songs into dance floor heaters and and head-nodding spatial weirdness.

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~ by acidted on March 1, 2013.

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