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Synthek Audiolouis
Unwise Remix Series #2

Unwise Remix Series #2
Unwise Remix Series #2Unwise Remix Series #2




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jun 10, 2015



“Unwise Remix Series” has the involvement of artists which represent Synthek & Audiolouis main points of reference and inspiration, artists who acknowledged the potential of Unwise and accepted to get involved the remix project. The second installment of Unwise Remix Series features a strong combination of techno figures that delivered, as expected, amazing reinterpretations of the originals. Kwartz opens the release with a devastating rework of the techno train ‘Counterbalance’, a broken beat weapon designed to make speakers sweat. Fabrizio Lapiana remixes ‘Over The Edge’ loading the atmosphere of drones and swirling bleeps, placed on strong hypnotic drums layers. Antigone on the flip side gives a new vision of the track ‘Something Else’ leaving behind the detroitish style of the original cut to approach a fairy world, where bright and melancholic sounds are partnering with a thin beats, which dissipates every now and then. Varg close the record with a noisy rework of ‘Overcast’, bringing it down with heavily distorted drums, reverbed drones and terrific atmospheres.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: No Cover


*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

Comes on paper inner sleeve.


Counterbalance (Kwartz Redefinition)


Over The Edge (Fabrizio Lapiana Remix)


Something Else (Antigone Remix)


Overcast (Varg Remix)

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