Swiss jazz drummer Samuel Rohrer gets his work interpreted in a radically different manner by some of electronic music's most daring artists. First up is Burnt Friedmann, who turns "Microcosmoism" into a lithe, stepping groove, its rumbling drums supporting insistent stabs, reverberating cymbal crashes and a murky bass. Ricardo Villalobos has remixed the same track; while the minimal producer's take also has an irresistibly lopsided feeling, its punchy drums and series of off-beat tones and sonic squiggles will undoubtedly appeal to his fans. The Chilean-German has also collaborated with Max Loderbauer under their Vilod alias to turn "Uncertain Grace" into a scuffled, teased out track.
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Samuel Rohrer/Ricardo Villalobos/Burnt FriedmannArjunamusic
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