Rush Hour releases Hunch Music Remixes
Mick Wills and Fett Burger have remixed Hunee’s debut album from last year.
End of year lists far and wide in 2015 held a light to Hunee’s debut long player, Hunch Music, which was described by our own Matt Anniss in his review as “neo-classical brilliance”. The album provided Hunee with his greatest opus yet following close to three years of not releasing music, with 12″s beforehand showing up on labels like Internasjonal, Willie Burns’ W.T Records (the brilliant Tour De Force EP) and Ostgut Ton via Prosumer’s Panorama Bar 03 mix samplers. Furthermore, the Netherlands’ two biggest operations Rush Hour and Dekmantel dipped into the Hunee pot in 2012 before the former released his album and now they indulge the South Korean expat with a remix 12″ featuring reworks from Sex Tags man DJ Fett Burger and German edit buff Mick Wills.
Both artists are skilled hands in the art of remixing with Fett Burger’s playful percussions giving music by Prins Thomas, Dungeon Acid and Luca Lozano the Sex Tags touch, while Mick Wills – whose two reconstructions of A Thunder Orchestra on Bio Rhythm should be noted – tackles Hunee’s stomping album cut “Hiding The Moon”. News of these remixes follows Rush Hour’s release of an Orlando Voorn album, Leon Vynehall’s Midnight On Rainbow Road 12″ and a debut for Interstellar Funk . Preview Wills’ eerie rework and Fett Burger’s trippy Burger’s Boss Brian Computer break beats below.
Rush Hour will release Hunch Music Remixes by Mick Wills and DJ Fett Burger in April.
A. Hunee – Hiding The Moon (Mick Wills Remix)
B. Hunee – Crossroads (DJ Fett Burger’s Boss Brian Computer Mix)
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