Schöneberg (DJ T. Remix)
It’s been 30 years since Marmion released the ground-breaking Schöneberg. In this length of time, several artists have made an impression on the record with their own remixes and versions. Utilising the genius of one creator to drive the energy of something else equally as fascinating is what it’s all about. Now there’s plenty of material that directly relates to this seminal work and Superstition have decided to put it all on one almighty record. A plethora of 21 mixes that mirror the original album are now back-to-back and ready for release. To get the party started, the label has released this title-track version from DJ T. as the first single.
A running loop of hats, snare, shaker, and bass hits at full speed and gallops along the runway. Disparate sonics lend odd tangents to the flow as a new layer of rhythm enters the scene. A pulsing synthesiser begins to draw attention to the marching pace hidden within the frantic percussion. Slow and graceful melodics form within the neat and tightly packed parcel of drums. New synthesiser motifs twinkle and build within ghostly spaces held in gravity by the pulse and stride of the rhythm. A mix of various influences knits a tapestry of sound that all snugly nestles within the rampant yet perfectly mixed loops of percussion.
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