Review: Despite residing in deepest, coldest Russia, D-Pulse have released their records largely on labels much closer to home, including Island, Tirk and OM. Here the electronic live band see their album, Consequences, remix by a host of top names. Highlights include Sportloto's pristine and icy remix of "Contemporary", the bleepy and emotionally sweeping Live Reanimation of "Udmurtia" and Of Nelson's weird and wonderful techy-disco rework of "Waltz On The Run".
Review: The original version of this Danielle Moore-voiced gem was one of the many highlights on D-Pulse's decidedly Balearic 2017 album "Sepentine". Here it gets a deserved single release, with a fresh rub from the producer behind the track - the dreamy, Balearic nu-disco chug of the "Saturated Mix" - being followed by a quartet of cheery, dancefloor-focused reinterpretations. Paxton Fettel steps up first, reaching for the jazz bass guitar and colourful synths on a jazz-funk inspired nu-disco take, before Kaspar Bjorke brilliantly re-imagines the track as a hypnotic, synthesizer-powered throb-job. His accompanying 'Dub' - ultra-dreamy and dubby in tone - is arguably even better, though Lay-Far's rich, bumpy and musically expansive broken house take is undeniably the EP's standout moment.