The second set of remixes from Mount Kimbie's album pick up where the first volume left off. Like Nina Kraviz' remixes, Marfcel Dettmann's take on "Four Years & One Day" is a dense, filtered techno workout, which revolves around a relentless, stepping rhythm. The mood changes with Gerd Janson's take on the same track; the Running Back boss opts for a slower house tempo, with crisp drums underpinning a murky, new wave style bass that is covered in tantalising acid lines. It's the most imaginative remix to feature across both releases and is in contrast to the Ellen Allien reshapes: on the U.F.O. remix of "T.A.M.E.D", the Bpitch boss drops a pulsating, menacing techno groove, while her 'Berlin' take on the same track is an even more malevolent, electro-techno workout.
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