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Mathew Jonson Presents The Decompression Remixes
FE 001
14 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
Decompression (ambient Pressure mix) - (6:27) 130 BPM
Decompression (DB's Raw edit) - (4:03) 107 BPM
Decompression (Konrad Black's Decompresha remix) - (6:33) 128 BPM
Decompression (Nathan Jonson's Rewind To 96 mix) - (6:31) 87 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Canadian techno maestro Mathew Jonson burst onto the scene in a big way in the mid noughties. One of his breakout tunes was in the form of "Decompression" released on Richie Hawtin's esteemed m_nus imprint. Now the 2005 dancefloor bomb gets a series of modern revisions by an all star cast. dBridge is starting with the "Ambient Pressure remix", an even more brooding and atmospheric than the original. The cavernous sonar bleeps, gloomy pads and sharp rhythms of the original remain, except for its signature 'techstep' style sub-bass: which is replaced by a gnarly, glitched out arpeggio. Autonomic and all round UK drum and bass hero dBridge steps up next, with an 'edit' but it's actually the breakneck junglist steeper that the track has been begging to be transformed into for years: it's worth the wait! Elsewhere, fellow British Columbian and Wagon Repairman Konrad Black appears with more great music after a long hiatus: he too returning to his UK influenced roots (don't forget some of his first tunes were on the likes of Ed Rush & Optical's Virus Recordings), albeit taking his cues from the more modern post UK bass sounds on his remix of the timeless classic
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