Some of underground techno's most respected names rework tracks from Exium's album. Jereon Search's 'Machine' remix of "Trashflow" is based on menacing, stepping rhythms and jagged riffs, while Inigo Kennedy's take on "Frontline" features similarly steely, austere riffs, backed up by cold bleeps. However, it's Spanish producer Oscar Mulero who scoops the prize for intensity; his combination of buzz saw bass, heavy, slightly distorted beats and churning chords on his version of "Time" will surprise even the most die-hard techno fan. By contrast, Nick Dunton's take on "Avoid the Ritual" is a deep, reflective jam, consolidating the UK producer's reputation as one of electronic music's most esoteric talents.
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