Four remixes of mysterious German one-man act The 23s' 2015 album Flamingo (KK 084CD/LP). Canadian disco-techno-blender The Mole transforms Any Second into a slow, banging sort of trip hop experience. The now-defunct German experimental electronic trio To Rococo Rot, long-term friends of The 23s, twist The Scene Where the Car Was Blown Away into a futuristic, balearic trip with cool guitars and unfolding rhythms. Gilles Aiken aka Edward (White, Giegling) delivers a rattling remix of the same track, with a prominent double bass and an absorbing psychedelic atmosphere. Christian S (Comeme) remixes Any Second with percussive rhythms and bewitching chords.
01. Any Second (The Mole's For Fame and Honour Mix)
02. The Scene Where the Car Was Blown Away (To Rococo Rot Mix)
03. The Scene Where the Car Was Blown Away (Edward's Judgment Jazz Remix)
04. Any Second (Christian S Remix)
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