The Compost offshoot delivers some great remxies of US band Indoor Life, whom the German operation had featured back in 2013. Berlin pair Discodromo drop two reshapes; the first is a rolling, menacing groove-based version of "Blue Grey Green", but it can't compare to their take on "Contre Nature". On that occasion, a low -slung rhythm is populated by heavy claps, horns that squall and squeak, as well as Carnival-style brass. By contrast, Chocolate Garage's take on "Voodoo" is a robotic electro workout while Enne's Space'n Kraut Retreatment of "'Sunshine Superman" hovers around the 100bpm mark in a spacey, fluid manner. Best of all though is JD Twitch's punky, left-field disco take on "Revely".
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