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Range Of Regularity Remixes
  • Artist: Samuel Rohrer
  • Label: Arjunamusic Records
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • UPC: 880319909115
  • Item #: 1999790X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2/9/2018
  • This product is a special order
12" Single 
Price: $26.09
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Range Of Regularity Remixes on 12" Single

Range Of Regularity Remixes combines the two remix EPs of Samuel Rohrer's Range Of Regularity album (AMEL 712CD/LP, 2017) with four striking reinterpretations in all. Burnt Friedman's own dramatic interpretation of "Microcosmoism" pairs up his consciousness of deep bass and analog inventiveness with Rohrer's continually transforming sound objects, making for a flowing and wordless narrative that simply dares listeners to stop paying attention. Feeling more like a collaboration in "real time" than a remix proper, Friedman brings his characteristic "mad scientist" wit to the proceedings and delivers an energetic piece that simply glows in the dark. The Villalobos remix of "Microcosmoism" carries a high energy level while heavily experimenting with feelings of emotional ambiguity. At some points aggressive and at other points merely curious, this mischievous collage of attitudes feels as inspired by the questing jazz of Sun Ra as it is by continental techno. Contemplative keyboard runs, enthusiastic spring-like percussion and malfunctioning machine chatter all coalesce to make this a most fascinating piece of multi-purpose electronic music. Vilod, the collaborative duo of Villalobos and Max Loderbauer present the "Uncertain Grace" remix which is no less engaging. A buzzing beehive of activity powered by an organ-like refrain, this is one of those pieces that will induce a feeling of perpetual movement into even the most still of physical surroundings. This is especially true when, after four-and-a-half minutes of flotation, a straight-ahead techno rhythm takes over and all the disparate hovering elements fall into place. Villalobos' compelling take on "Lenina" pulsates from start to finish with a kind of voluntary anxiety; a commitment to painting every corner of the sonic surface with clearly defined pointillist touches. While this kind of approach would cause less confident producers to collapse at their editing workstation, Villalobos takes to the task with gusto - leaving seemingly no corner unanimated by sound, he pieces together something surprisingly funky and hyperreal from a catalog of distinct percussive hits, time-reversed ephemera, and playful "kitchen sink" ambience.

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