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Andrew Bayer - Gaff's Eulogy (Ryan Davis Interpretation)

Anjunadeep on December 10, 2012 16:32

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    Originally appearing as the closing track on James Grant's "Anjunadeep 04 CD", Andrew Bayer's "Gaff's Eulogy" also represents the first single from his much anticipated second artist album "If It Were You, We'd Never Leave".

    With his first album "It's Artificial" described by Mixmag as "an incredible album of sophisticated electronica", "If It Were You, We'd Never Leave" takes a more personal and contemplative approach.

    A cinematic electronica journey full of emotion and drama, Andrew Bayer's "Gaff's Eulogy" blends woozy, glitched out textures with sonic warmth and the intricate musicality that he is renowned for.

    Counting names like Sasha, Stephan Bodzin and Ivan Smagghe among his supporters, Berlin based Ryan Davis steps up for remix duties on this release having released his own celebrated artist album on Traum earlier in the year in the aptly titled "Particles Of Bliss".

    Taking a deep and intricate approach, Davis reshapes the emotive textures of the original into a blissful melodic techno epic.

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    Released by: Anjunadeep
    Release/catalogue number: ANJDEE162D
    Release date: Oct 17, 2012
    ISRC: GB-EWA-12-01041


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