Tara Busch Rocket Wife Sundae Club Remix

Sundae Club on October 06, 2011 06:22

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    Yes, we're back in 1986. Crude drum loops with precious little in the way of variation or fills; a pounding, rhythmic piano and a track whose influence is clear. As usual with a Sundae Club track, the Mellotron cuts through the mix, but listen out for splashes of minimoog, a squirt of Prodigy and a flourish of Hammond. Our occasional collaborator, Bromley Hayes kindly supplied his late Model D (only 80 from the end of production) and provided invaluable assistance in programming. Only Bromley could create a minimoog tambourine, which drifts in towards the end of the track, at which point you are invited to explore the "Sound of the Moog"!

    Tara's vocal is processed through an EMS Synthi-A spring reverb and filter.

    Track realised by Dr. C D Mille and Hamstall Ridware, with Bromley Hayes. Hope you enjoy.

    Co-dedicated to Bob Moog and Steve Jobs. Two very different visionaries without whom our music would have been either impossible or very different.

    19 Comments

    12 timed comments and 7 regular comments

    • Snsrk
      Snsrk at 2.42 on February 18, 2012 10:46

      Wow! I really like it! I know the piano figure from Talk Talk's "Life's what you make it". Great!

    • SHARCRASH
      SHARCRASH at 0.09 on December 21, 2011 10:12

      @Sundae Club: ...Can't escape it! HAHA hilarious!

    • Sundae Club
    • opus.quatre
      opus.quatre at 2.31 on October 08, 2011 20:45

      Really an interesting version..

    • Sundae Club
    • The Hybiscus Journals
      The Hybiscus Journals at 1.11 on October 08, 2011 01:09

      Loving the Hammond here. Good minds think alike? (I went with a toy organ, though.)

    • The Hybiscus Journals
      The Hybiscus Journals on October 08, 2011 01:07

      Nicely done! Fantastic sounds going on there.

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club at 4.14 on October 07, 2011 13:47

      Prodigy oscillator-sync action!

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club at 3.41 on October 07, 2011 13:46

      Piano and tambourine all but replaced by minimoog by this point!

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club on October 07, 2011 12:52

      @Jacob Watters: Thanks! Did you notice that by the end of the track it's all moog products playing (apart from the bass guitar!) ?

    • Jacob Watters
      Jacob Watters on October 07, 2011 12:07

      This is really good stuff. Great job. The Moog VO at the end is a nice touch.

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club on October 06, 2011 20:17

      @GK Machine: Thank you for your kind comments, Tara's not said owt to us about it! A generally high standard of remixes I reckon; all quite different. HRx

    • GK Machine
      GK Machine on October 06, 2011 20:03

      That's a really nice track I must say. I thought I'd done a pretty good remix myself but yours tops it and is my favourite so far (and tara's it seems). Well done! Very nice

    • George_Shilling
      George_Shilling at 1.54 on October 06, 2011 18:27

      The old spring reverb loves Tara's soaring vocal!

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club at 0.09 on October 06, 2011 18:03

      @otherleadingbrand: Exactly that!

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club on October 06, 2011 08:09

      Soundcloud is a bit glitchy today...

    • Sundae Club
      Sundae Club at 0.01 on October 06, 2011 08:05

      C D Mille's copyrighted bass sound!

    • George_Shilling
      George_Shilling at 3.14 on October 06, 2011 08:04

      Tambourine and Piano start to morph into Moog versions from about here...!

    • George_Shilling
      George_Shilling at 1.06 on October 06, 2011 08:02

      Bromley Hayes programmed this MiniMoog bass sound for us!

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