Aleph04 comes with three special reinterpretations of the labels first three eps.
Mano Le Tough is first in line. His remix of “Flowers On Fire” from Aleph01 takes the originals colorful and spaced out vibes and puts them into a little more dancefloor friendly context, with a big 808 booming away and the swirls of the original synthline driving the track forward.
Mano has been a big supporter of the label right from the start and his releases on Permanent Vacation, Buzzin’ Fly or Internasjonal have been turning heads quite a lot, so it’s an honour to have him on board.
The second remix is by Wasted Gaze. This newcomer from Vilnius / Lithuania delivers an amazing version of “Port Hope", taken from Aleph02. A powerful, 2Step / Garage inspired beat sets the pace, while glowing pads, a super deep bass and enigmatic vocals take care of the rest. Watch this guy, his “Untitled States EP” on Partyzanai is one of the most intersting and exciting records in a long time.
The last track is a remix by Area aka M50 from Chicago, who, quite fittingly, took care of this spaced out take on “What’s My Name Again?” from Aleph03. This one is for the heads, a special gem that will work magic in the early morning hours.
As this is a remix ep, the layout and design has been reinterpreted by Skism of Lodown Magazine, who brought a fresh and stylish approach to this records look.