NY based labels Faucet Music & Subtrak Records present DISSOLVED REFLECTION: REMIXES 3.
This is the 3rd in a series of continuing charity remix albums. The previous albums were for
The National Wildlife Federation - this one is...
Subtrak is proud to introduce the world to a wonderful first full length album by a visionary artist we see making a stir in the dance music community. Inspired by the colder minimal scene that is commensurate with the German Techno sound, Paul Schulleri takes things a step further and applies a colorful palette of melodies, basslines and samples ranging from the Sirene to the Cruel onto these well worn structures. On the heavier side the tracks Tiefdruk and Spade are classic Techno burners, and, at the seemingly opposite end of the spectrum, Disorder and Sirene invoke a feather like touch. In the middle, Things Going On and Catpeople digress into more haunted territory with an emphasis on vocal sample cut ups and slow builds. While the tracks range in style from from Minimal to Tech House to Nu Disco and back, it maintains a collective identity that is instantly recognizable and undeniably fresh in its' approach.
"Brilliant album with great tunes and production! will support this for sure in my radioshows and gigs!" - FINE CUT BODIES, Chi Recordings
"Beautiful set of trax - will play - loved Jon DaSilva's remix of 'Painted Face', still playing" - ORDE MEIKLE, Slam
"Really good stuff ! Downloading and will check properly thanks" - JODY WISTERNOFF, Way Out West
"Wow, super-nice mix of flavors and sound. Clearly a well-experienced producer! Tidy little album, with some gorgeously unexpected moments." - DEEPCHILD, Trapez
"Wow - a serious collection of tunes here! Some great textures and lots of personality throughout. It may take some time to figure which tracks work best for me, but there's no shortage of quality stuff to choose from." - NOAH PRED, Thoughtless Music
"WOW!!!!! This album is great. I am listening to it while designing and it is totally helping the creative mood!!!! Nice atmosphere and flow to the album, and love how all the songs sound different. Will def. listen to more than once!" - ANDROID CARTEL, Railyard Recordings