Dream Tennis (Diegors remix)
Dream Tennis (original mix)
Dream Tennis (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
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Barreras (Powder remix)
Cuando Rocio Dispara Sus Flechas (Suzanne Kraft remix)
Posmeridiano (Hatchback remix)
Ukraina (Zavoloka remix)
based Cocktail d'Amore Music is proud to present a collection of remixes and
reinterpretations of the mighty album.
Japanese rising star Powder is first up to deliver her take on Barreras. The
minimalist dreamscape catches its rhythmic reshape, becoming an
underwater deep-house/deep- techno dance floor experience. On the same
side Suzanne Kraft contributes with a rather cinematic vision on Cuando
Rocio Dispara Sus Flechas.
Hatchback opens up the B-side with an evocative version of Posmeridiano.
The Californian producer gives a touch of sunshine and open air to the
landscape of the original song. Closing the EP Ukrainian producer Zavoloka
reinterprets Ukraina with a vortex of three-dimensional sonic layering.
Thinking About You
Thinking About You (Lauer remix)
Thinking About You (Fort Romeau remix)
Half of Studio Luce, Dimitri gave light to Defender X along with Franz Scala from Slow Motion. You might remember of Jeffrey Sfire, the man behind the homonymous legendary hit from 2014.
Thinking About You is a nostalgic piece of Italo-inspired synth-pop music. A driving groove, involving guitar bass chords, tingled with reverse effects, supports the bright and sexy synth lines. You are suddenly projected to the Italian Riviera sometime in 1980s; pulsating colorful disco lights are cheering up the dance floor on fire, Sabrina Salerno's drinking champagne by the pool while Toni Esposito's staring at the full moon wearing a flowered linen shirt.
Lauer and Fort Romeau are on remix duty for the B-side of this 12". If Fort Romeau's interpretation will take you to ultra-space realms, Lauer seems to soundtrack a flashy bumper cars drive.
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Stratofortress (Samo DJ remix)
Stratofortress (Rrose remix)
Stratofortress (Gonno remix)
The Berlin based imprint gathered techno guru Rrose, Born Free Records owner Samo DJ, and international Japanese wave representative Gonno, to offer an EP with a wide range of interpretations of the title track.
The original mix is an acid based, industrial influenced techno banger. Highly energetic, for sweaty late-night dance floors. On the same side Samo DJ transforms the techno blaster into a funky EBM ballad, characterized by a deep male voice and a breakbeat groove.
Rrose is on remix duty on the B-side. Stratofortress suddenly turns into a dubby, everlasting build up, that eventually implodes in the depth of a black hole.
Closing the EP Gonno offers a slow-mo rework. Deep and very cinematic, this remix will please every Cosmic Hole connaisseur.