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This EP draws from across Brainwaltzera's enviable discography, including reinterpretations of recordings featured on the recently released "Polyana" album, which received plenty of love here at Piccadilly. Andrea Noce aka Eva Geist takes on Kurzweil Dame. Gently shifting the work from its 4x4 rhythm to a decidedly eccentric half time dub pulse, the Fleeting Wax affiliate augments the reductivist drums of the original with her own snappy perc hits, eeking out a new, beautifully arcane energy from the source material. Newcomer Ignazz arrives with little more than a handful of Soundcloud uploads to his name. The producer flips "Marzipan" to great effect - transforming the original from blissed out IDM into a classic electro cut with considerable poise. Luke Vibert and newcomer Guavid turn to Brainwaltzera's "Aescoba EP" for their picks, both choosing to rework "10_muddy_puddle Trot", a choice cut from the artist's recent discography. On his reimagining, the AFX co-conspirator holds on to the original hook - but loses the classic break that arrives in the latter part of the EP, opting for caustic zaps and a driven, high energy drum machine rhythm to buoy up the piece, while Guavid draws for straight dancefloor science - injecting a heavy dose of funk into the package, pitting bleeping acid lines against characteristically emotive pad work. Philipp Otterbach closes proceedings with a blissed out proto-ambient rework of "Triangulate Dither" - a heady techno cut from the LP. Focusing on the more atmospheric facets of the original, Otterbach presents an extended and wonderfully psychedelic reimagining of one of Brainwaltzera's more direct recordings. Ace.
A1: Muddy Puddle Trot (Luke Vibert Remix)
A2: Kurzweil Dame (Eva Geist Remix)
A3: Muddy Puddle Trot (Guavid Remix)
B1: Marzipan Leftovers (Ignazz Remix)
B2: Triangulate Dither (Philipp Otterbach Remix)