Heist Recordings are finishing their sixth year of the label with their annual potpourri of remixes with 2019's artists on The Roundup Part VI. There are a few really cool newcomers on the label like Demuir, Perdu, and Mak├Ęz, as well as label mainstays Fouk and Detroit Swindle delivering a great collection of remixes. The EP starts off with label heads Detroit Swindle giving their high-energy take on Fouk's "Need My Space". They've chosen for a stabby club version of the more introverted original, with different layers of synths building up alongside a pumping drum track and a punchy Moog bassline. Check the break for a nice dreamy broken beat section before the track comes back into full dancefloor madness. Mak├Ęz have only just released their well-received debut EP and now they're flanking Detroit Swindle on the A-side with their remix of Perdu's hit "Sacramento". They replace the broken beat vibe of the original and instead go for a 4x4 track with a driving bassline, warm pads and subtle placement of Perdu's original elements. On the B-side, we have Fouk reinterpreting Demuir's take on Detroit techno with their remix of "3nity returneth". Their version is a tom-heavy high-energy club track with a strong nod to the past, whilst still keeping that strong Fouk signature intact. They mangle the vocal sample in a drunk and twisted break before setting the track back on fire with an extra acid line for good measure. The B2 goes to Perdu's dreamy slow burning remix of Detroit Swindle's classic house bomb "Music For Clubs" featuring Lorenz Rhode. His version takes the tempo down and dials the dreamy level up a notch. A mellow but punchy acid line and worldly synth hits give this remix it's cool twist and it's a great showcase of Perdu's view on the broad world of house music. 2019's Roundup finishes with Demuir's trippy "Playboy Edit" of "Random Visits" by Mak├Ęz. He takes the vocal sample and layers it behind a haunting string, dreamy keys and a steady groove. It's got a funky vibe where Demuir's knack for a good groove fits perfectly with the fresh original.
Heist Recordings are finishing their sixth year of the label with their annual potpourri of remixes with 2019's artists on The Roundup Part VI. There are a few really cool newcomers on the label like Demuir, Perdu, and Mak├Ęz, as well as label mainstays Fouk and Detroit Swindle delivering a great collection of remixes. The EP starts off with label heads Detroit Swindle giving their high-energy take on Fouk's "Need My Space". They've chosen for a stabby club version of the more introverted original, with different layers of synths building up alongside a pumping drum track and a punchy Moog bassline. Check the break for a nice dreamy broken beat section before the track comes back into full dancefloor madness. Mak├Ęz have only just released their well-received debut EP and now they're flanking Detroit Swindle on the A-side with their remix of Perdu's hit "Sacramento". They replace the broken beat vibe of the original and instead go for a 4x4 track with a driving bassline, warm pads and subtle placement of Perdu's original elements. On the B-side, we have Fouk reinterpreting Demuir's take on Detroit techno with their remix of "3nity returneth". Their version is a tom-heavy high-energy club track with a strong nod to the past, whilst still keeping that strong Fouk signature intact. They mangle the vocal sample in a drunk and twisted break before setting the track back on fire with an extra acid line for good measure. The B2 goes to Perdu's dreamy slow burning remix of Detroit Swindle's classic house bomb "Music For Clubs" featuring Lorenz Rhode. His version takes the tempo down and dials the dreamy level up a notch. A mellow but punchy acid line and worldly synth hits give this remix it's cool twist and it's a great showcase of Perdu's view on the broad world of house music. 2019's Roundup finishes with Demuir's trippy "Playboy Edit" of "Random Visits" by Mak├Ęz. He takes the vocal sample and layers it behind a haunting string, dreamy keys and a steady groove. It's got a funky vibe where Demuir's knack for a good groove fits perfectly with the fresh original.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: HEIS
Rel. Date: 02/14/2020
UPC: 4251648410560

The Roundup Part VI (Various Artists)
Artist: Roundup Part Vi / Various
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Heist Recordings are finishing their sixth year of the label with their annual potpourri of remixes with 2019's artists on The Roundup Part VI. There are a few really cool newcomers on the label like Demuir, Perdu, and Mak├Ęz, as well as label mainstays Fouk and Detroit Swindle delivering a great collection of remixes. The EP starts off with label heads Detroit Swindle giving their high-energy take on Fouk's "Need My Space". They've chosen for a stabby club version of the more introverted original, with different layers of synths building up alongside a pumping drum track and a punchy Moog bassline. Check the break for a nice dreamy broken beat section before the track comes back into full dancefloor madness. Mak├Ęz have only just released their well-received debut EP and now they're flanking Detroit Swindle on the A-side with their remix of Perdu's hit "Sacramento". They replace the broken beat vibe of the original and instead go for a 4x4 track with a driving bassline, warm pads and subtle placement of Perdu's original elements. On the B-side, we have Fouk reinterpreting Demuir's take on Detroit techno with their remix of "3nity returneth". Their version is a tom-heavy high-energy club track with a strong nod to the past, whilst still keeping that strong Fouk signature intact. They mangle the vocal sample in a drunk and twisted break before setting the track back on fire with an extra acid line for good measure. The B2 goes to Perdu's dreamy slow burning remix of Detroit Swindle's classic house bomb "Music For Clubs" featuring Lorenz Rhode. His version takes the tempo down and dials the dreamy level up a notch. A mellow but punchy acid line and worldly synth hits give this remix it's cool twist and it's a great showcase of Perdu's view on the broad world of house music. 2019's Roundup finishes with Demuir's trippy "Playboy Edit" of "Random Visits" by Mak├Ęz. He takes the vocal sample and layers it behind a haunting string, dreamy keys and a steady groove. It's got a funky vibe where Demuir's knack for a good groove fits perfectly with the fresh original.