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Review: 'Equipo'
'Simulaciones Revisited'   

-  Album: 'Simulaciones Revisited' -  Label: 'Clang'
-  Genre: 'Dance' -  Catalogue No: 'CLANG028'

Our Rating:
Equipo’s ‘Simulaciones’, released earlier this year, was very much centred around bulbous bass grooves and bumping beats. ‘Simulaciones Revisited’ sees the tracks placed in the hands of nine artists from across three continents, and they’re not so much remixes as reinterpritations, reimaginings and reconceptions.

The warping abstraction of Hans Tammen’s take on ‘Victima del Panteismo’ contrasts with the disco-beat based and rather danceable Monoblok remix of ‘Encarnation Perdida’, while Microfeel bring a semi-ambient techno vibe to ‘La extinction der Ser Humano’. It’s worth noting that the music isn’t nearly as heavy or oppressive as the titles suggest, and the artists involved all demonstrate a keen sense of atmosphere.

From the spacious and expansive Frank Benkho remix of ‘Libertad Ambulatoria’ which slowly and subtly pulsates in a distant vacuum, while echoing the new age chillout style that emerged in the 90s, to the microtonal jitters of Vigliensoni’s remix of ‘Instantes de Vacuidad’, it’s an eclectic yet curiously complimentary collection which enhances, rather than detracts from, the original work.

Equipo – Simulaciones Revisited Online

  author: Christopher Nosnibor

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Equipo - Simulaciones Revisited