Posted 09 Dec 10
Two friends who have known each other for many years, who have often shared the same stage and recently enlightened our summer workshops at la Carrière, who trade deeply-felt lyrics and singing for singular and refined productions and who delivered InFiné´s finest electronic rhymes.
After “Silently”, Clara called Mimu again for “Deer & Fox”, the vocal pop wonder of “Polyamour”. This Fall InFiné has invited forward-thinking remixers to work on Clara´s stems for four new opportunities to play the track.
Deep and introspective, the troublemakers of dOP have kept the classy original textures, slowed down cleverly the BPM to carrying Mimu’s voice into a bubble of euphoric bleeps.
Pampered by Derrick May, Juan Atkins or Kevin Saunderson, Stacey Pullen offers the clubbers a one-way ticket into his time machine. Right back at the heydays of the Detroit second generation. Terribly old school and consequently incredibly efficient on the floors.
Widely praised for their recent intrusions on the very respected Karaoke Kalk label, Tolouse Low Trax on top having a profound liking puns, have turned “Deer & Fox” into a dizzying after party chorus, adding their own dark and hypnotic sound pallet.
Offered as digital extension but no less essential to the package, Austrian producer Ritornell aka Richard Eigner brings celestial violins and heavenly piano for a shining and delicate rework, which could almost let you forget the original.