Nicolas Jaar – Remixes Volume 1

Nicolas Jaar – Remixes Volume 1
Wouh. The high talented Nicolas Jaar again, although he got 'only' remixed. While just listening to this name it already gives someone goosebumbs because you immediately associate it with his genius sounds. Captivating and huge like Sunflowers in your garden. Keep Me There in his soundfields.Now the people abandon that Space Is The Only Noise, You Can See At least Nico got his woman: la musique. Already when he was 14 he was one of too many finding rain in the dust and produced music He Stayed In Love with Ethiopian jazz musician Mulatu Astatke and the classic composer Erik Satie. He grew up in South America, there he got Problems With The Sun as a teenager and moved back to his birthplace New York. He didn't shy away from Specters Of The Future and created THE new sound. Enthusing with his different style also while djing, he left his marks in clubs all over the world. His Material is innovative, editing songs of jazz allstars Nina Simone, Ray Charles and Mulatu Astatke. With it he brings the jazz back to the dancefloors. Dynamics, different tempos, filters, an upbeat and these edits are his trademarks. When he plays his slow tunes the people get floored and wild. He seems to catch the wolf as a lamb. Meanwhile he also established his own label 'Clown and Sunset'. As an acrobat in the Wolf + Lamb and Circus Company manege he already appears on 5 EPs and released one album in his early age. Pépé Bradock sailed in and did three reinterpretations of "Too Many Kids Finding Rain In The Dust". Compared to the original you find more depth in the Blind Pig Mix with fizzling and zizzling and a clear beat. The Train Fantôme Poke speeds the track up, concentrating on the western guitar motiv that accompanies the mass of percussion. Bazzy sounds while he transforms the guitar melodie into crazy synth sounds, while Nicolas Jaar's voice whispers into this accumulation of sounds. Generated image: Cowboys gallopping fastly to their enemies. The Mirandapella remix removes the bassline, merely concentrating on the spheric strings. The voice is arranged by a female singer, her voice is descending, which gives this track a really special touch. Another remix is delivered by Dave Aju of 'Space Is Only Noise If You Can See', who arranged the music mostly into a new sound, only concentrated on Nicolas Jaar's singing. Hey Boy.

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