Thanks to three EP’s and two remixes on Electronical Reeds, the Parisian duo Kreiss & GFP has successfully established themselves in the electronic music scene. Today the label releases a “Remixes EP” which provides a new vision of the prolific duo’s original work where each of the remixers come with a very personal touch.
The Spanish artist UNER, from Diynamic and Cadenza, revisits “State For A Track”, which while keeping the soul of the original production, becomes a real dancefloor hit. The Canadian producer Rennie Foster who in the past worked with labels such as F Communications, Subject Detroit and Rebirth, reworks the track “Vis-à-vis”, originally composed in collaboration with DJ Kaine, to develop a vision tinged by the sound of Detroit and its ruthless efficiency.
After having remixed Kollektiv Turmstrasse and Oliver Schories, German artist Alex Q selects “The Consumence” and its hypnotic voice of Renan Cadoret. Through seven minutes of the track, he embarks the listeners on a unique journey into his Deep universe. DJ Kaine, while selecting the same title, chooses an opposite approach and composes a pronounced Tech House atmosphere while sublimating the Renan Cadoret’s sweet voice.
This “Remixes EP” closes with a special remix. Ephti, half of the duo Kreiss & GFP, reappropriates the track Moving Keyboards and reworks its atmosphere through the universes of his solo project. This EP decompartmentalizes borders of genres and styles thus sweeping a large spectrum of electronic music. From emotion to dancefloor, it is inevitably one of highlight releases of the end of this year.