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Velez (A Made Up Sound remixes)
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Cat: LIVITY 010. Rel: 31 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Velez (A Made Up Sound remix 1)
  2. Velez (A Made Up Sound remix 2)
Review: The Livity Sound Remix series continues apace in high profile fashion as Asusu's "Velez" is honoured with two reworks from A Made Up Sound. Announced only last month, the series looks to be gathering a pace that's as unrelenting as the music brandished within, and you get the feeling Dave Huismans was one of the first names on the list when Pev, Kowton and Asusu were drawing up who to approach. Whether it's as 2562 or A Made Up Sound, the Dutchman's swung rhythms and weighty productions bare a similar lineage to Livity Sound's bass heavy mutations. It's hard to pick a winner here, with "Velez" sounding equally potent in chime-heavy form on the A Side and the flip's much weightier version augmented by some squeaky acid effects.
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Trephine
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Trephine (12")
Cat: IMPASSE 002. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Trephine (6:39)
  2. Dualism (8:04)
  3. M39 (2:26)
Review: Although Bristol's Asusu seems to be a permanent resident of the deepest and darkest caves of the electronic music scene, he's been one of the most important artists to the Livity Sound catalogue in terms of bringing in new flavours and styles with each new release. The club scene outsider returns with a second 12" on his Impasse label blessed with three tunes that blur the lines between techno and electro. The opener "Trephine" is a rugged, swinging power house built with sliding kick drums, intricate moulds of percussion and warm licks off bass. On the B-side, "Dualism" scurries its pieces of glitch and distortion over sombre drones and rattling waves of synths, and "M39" continues down the path of the abstract thanks to a chilling backdrop of sci-fi vocal samples and alien-like sonics. A spectacular blend of sounds, and warmly recommended.
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More Games (MM/KM More Names Remix)
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Cat: LIVITY 013. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Kowton - "More Games" (MM/KM More Names remix)
  2. Asusu - "Too Much Time Has Passed" (Dresvn remix)
Review: So far the Livity Sound Remix project has thrown up some interesting, and eminently danceable results (with the Pangaea and Beneath efforts our current favourites) and given that between them, Pev, Asusu and Kowton released almost 20 original Livity Sound productions, this still leaves a healthy dose of material open to reinterpretation. This latest edition sees the Livity crew open their back catalogue to two of Germany's most compelling production units in Kassem Mosse and Mix Mup and the Dresvn pairing of Dynamo Dreesen and SVN and the results will resonate with anyone with a keen interest in the odder strands of house and techno. Leipzig's finest take on Kowton's 909 growler "More Games" under their KM/MM guise and deftly retain the original's horror core grime strings whilst slowing the pace to their own murky tempo. It's complemented well by the modular bleep-filled take on Asusu's "Too Much Time Has Passed" from Dresvn which will make complete sense for anyone that pays close attention to their respective Acido and SUED labels.
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Surge
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Surge (12")
Cat: LIVITY 009. Rel: 10 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Pev & Asusu - "Surge" (MMM remix)
  2. Pev & Kowton - "Vapours" (Pangaea remix)
Review: With the first chapter of the Livity Sound story coming to an end with the release of the collaboration's first self-titled compilation, tying up Peverelist, Kowton and Asusu's first few years in operation and placing firmly at the forefront of forward thinking bass-techno mutations, the trio hand their material to a choice selection of artists to remix. The first 12" sees two very different talents take the reins; Errorsmith & Fiedel team up as MMM to remix Pev & Asusu's "Surge", turning in a typically ravey analogue floorfiller, while Hessle Audio's techno lynchpin Pangaea reworks Pev & Kowton's "Vapours", transforming it into a swung piece of punishing techno. Both are essential - get to know.
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