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Apollonia - Tour A Tour Remixes Part 1
Tour A Tour Remixes Part 1
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Apollonia)
11,04 €* 12,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Remixes by Charles Webster + Melchior Productions

Last year Apollonia dropped their debut album ‘Tour à Tour', a collection of tracks that represented their all night long b2b2b sessions. Now the boys proudly present the remixes! Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom and Shonky have carefully curated a selection of remixers from their closely-knit group of talented friends within the underground scene to create an album of exquisite reinterpretations. Each of the artists who've contributed to the album of reworks has a personal connection to the crew; members of the Lola ED family, friends from foreign lands, French comrades… they're all here and they've all put their own fresh twist on Apollonia's original works. An old hand brings a totally invigorating energy to the heartfelt ‘June' as Charles Webster injects his experience into transforming the track into a light, leftfield-leaning soundscape. His rework takes us into dreamland, with smooth washes of synth and tinkling percussion giving it a slight tribal feel. ‘Mouche Tsé Tsé' gets not one but two remixes; Hold Youth (Le Loup and Seuil) give it a sleazy, electro lick with a winding bassline and naïve, 8-bit esque FX for those hazy after-hours gatherings. Meanwhile, Thomas Melchior takes thing a little left of centre with his abstract rework full of odd sounds and clattering drums. Two very different versions, but both equally high-quality. Fellow Parisian Terence:Terry: aims straight for the dance floor with his mesmerising mix of ‘Sona'. A groove-led production, it relies on a hefty bassline together with crisp percussion and a heady set of pads that will transport you to a higher plain. New York legend Jovonn, a previous contributor to the label and an inspiration to Apollonia, also lends his talents to reconfiguring ‘Sona'. His version works around that gritty, jazz-infused sound.
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