Title:

Screaming Remixes Vol. 2

Artist: C Cat Trance
Release: 2017

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INFORMATIONS

Artist

C Cat Trance

Label

Emotional Rescue · Malka Tuti

Release Date

2017

Catalog

ERC046-2

Additional information

Weight 0.280 kg
Format

UK12"

State

Artist

C Cat Trance

Label

Emotional Rescue · Malka Tuti

Release Date

2017

Catalog

ERC046-2

Description

Volume 2 of retakes of C Cat Trance’s unique post-punk meets world beat brings the collaboration between Malka Tuti and Emotional Rescue to a close. Here again, the label’s call in a selection of heads to re-envisage a modern vision of the music to present a perfect representation for today.

Starting with Red Axes retake of an almost untouchable classic, the booming, sound system-quaking version of Shake The Mind is a heads down mover that should add to their reputation and finally give DJ’s a follow up to utilise.

Next, Jamie Paton gives the perfect trance-inducing, dubbed edit of Take Me To The Beach. Looping the drums and horns infinitum, building through repetition was never truer, before release. His individual take on remixes is again displayed, deep dubs from the brethren.

To close the 2 EPs, the final side is given to a meeting of older and established artist and new, upcoming, but already respecting crew. In Prins Thomas, the psychedelic protagonist of the heralded northern disco lights, his name was first to be penciled. His live, drum-heavy reversions have become trademark and in Sudaniyya, it’s all there. Subtle, confident and alluring, Thomas builds to a steady jam of machine and man, letting it all hang and simply, groove along.

In finale, Khidja bring in friend and fellow Romanian production rising star, Borusaide to cover Simple Helen. A slow-burning ode in original form, their genius reversion captures the essence and much more, giving C Cat Trance’s music a whole new lease, while presenting their production talent and musicianship. As was the hope and intention of these updated versions – Re-mixes for the 21st Century – with a nod to the past, but feet firmly in the future. Play loud and play out.