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|1.||"Minimalism" (Mike Huckaby remix)|
|2.||"Minimalism" (Silent Servant remix)|
|1.||"Minimalism" (DVS1 remix)|
|2.||"Minimalism" (original (A2) 1995 version)|
This year has seen the music making enigma otherwise known as Terrence Dixon return to the production game with admirable gusto; in addition to his stunning From The Far Future 2 album on Tresor we've seen original and reissued EPs on Knotweed Records, Delsin, Rush Hour, Harbour City Sorrow and Chronicle. Here we see three heavyweights tackle Dixon's 1995 cut "Minimalism" for Thema; Mike Huckaby's version ploughs a bleak, linear terrain reminiscent of Jeff Mills, while Silent Servant is back at his wall rattling best on his version. By contrast DVS1's effort is soaked in colour, making full use of the synths used on the towering original version that nestles happily alongside it on the B-Side.
Exium, Ben Sims, Brian James, Simon Heartfield, Paul Mac, Alberto Pascual, Dot (Legotek Records), Billy Nasty, Ka§par, Dave Miller, Rolando, Kirk Degiorgio, Tripeo, Carlos Nilmmns, Charlton, Daniel Andreasson, Jamie Behan, Edit Select, Donor, NICOLA CONTE, Developer, Inter Gritty, Kastil (Soul Notes/Stale), Mike Huckaby, Philippe Petit, Fulbert, Merino (Woods N Bass), Resident Advisor, Roman Lindau
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