|1.||"Appointment Anniversary" (Lucretio remix)|
|2.||"Appointment Anniversary" (Marieu remix)|
|1.||"Appointment Anniversary" (John Swing remix)|
|2.||"Appointment Anniversary" (Emg remix)|
By now every vinyl enthusiast must be familiar with the Appointment crew. Founded by hardware enthusiasts Marieu, EMG, John Swing and Lucretio in early 2010, the four artists have been unleashing occasional live jams whenever they could meet up in the same city to thrash them out. To celebrate the Appointment label's tenth release, the team decided to issue their own individual versions of a single group production. Lucretio opts to transform it into stomping slowed-down gabber-rave, while Marieu takes an approach that's half broken beat, half ghetto house. John Swing's is possibly the most forthright of the lot, with a hip-house inspired version that slams hard, while EMG trades speed for sheer density, with a crunchy techno version that ploughs through all in its path.
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