**Includes a newly discovered, unreleased mix** CV313 give cause for contemplation in two mixes of 'Infinit-1' backed with the first ever STL remix on the flip. Both of the original mixes were recorded at Leipziger Platz Studio in Berlin using a prototypical hybrid form of waveshaping and subtractive synthesis called "Carriershaping" currently in development for wider consumption in the near future. Their original is our preferred choice, using their advanced tools to create something tangibly classic, squaring the Detroit spirit with deep yet sprightly chord licks and a heavy, heavy bass catalyst made to drag you deep under. The remodelled version is a more muted affair, featuring an ultra low-cut bass grumble and ghostly dub apparitions gradually revealing themselves. STL's remix is just immense, plunging into the deep-end head first with meditative, laidback arrangements and a drawn-out dreamy quality to levitate the dancefloor. Dub house heads will easily fall in love with this! -Boomkat
Deep, reduced dub-techno with ethereal production nuances from Stephen Hitchell and Rod Modell. Both original tracks here reveal the duo's obsession with the likes of Maurizio, Basic Channel and Chain Reaction. Features a dreamy, minimal house reduction from STL. -Bleep
released August 22, 2016
w + p by cv313. remixed by stl. mastered in echospace.