As the adapted title suggests, "Antlantic Modulations" offers up a heap of new versions of tracks from Quantic's "Antlantic Oscillations" album. The headline grabbing revisions are both of "You Used To Love Me". First Brazilian producer Selva wraps echoing vocal snippets and bubbly high register electronic motifs around tough drums and chunky, acid house style synth bass, before Alfa Mist brilliantly re-imagines the track as a drowsy fusion of baked electric piano motifs, woozy female vocals, jazzy horns and slo-mo trip-hop beats. Elsewhere, Dan Shake re-casts "September Blues" as a dreamy journey through hybrid deep house/disco pastures and Sampology delivers a Floating Points-goes-sunbathing style revision of horn-heavy shuffler "Orquedea".
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