Review: Martin Brodin's MB Disco imprint continues its Giorgio Moroder remix project, with a second set of revisions of seminal disco track "E=MC2". Of the six versions on show this time, the breakneck arpeggio of the A Copycat remix had us suitably hypnotised, while the slow-mo electrofunk of the Divide & Kreate version is worth checking for the impressive vocal tweakage alone!
Review: Back on its original release, Munich man Moroder's E=MC2 was marketed as the first album to be recorded entirely digitally. Here, the largely forgotten title track gets another airing thanks a bunch of new remixes from European disco producers new and old. Alexander Robotnik leads the charge with a version that evokes memories of his classic early 80s material, while ILS gleefully fuses classic Italo sounds with contemporary house rhythms. The odd but attractive No More Klein & MBO version sounds like a mash-up between "E=MC2" and "Dirty Talk", whilst Rodion lays down some contemporary electro-disco with just enough cheeky analogue bump. As if that wasn't enough, there's also a chiming, retro-futurist rework from Baldelli and Dionigi.