MEANT014 - Remain vs Populette - Discomfort EP
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02. Discomfort (Troy's Flight LH 436 Remix)
03. Discomfort (Chloe Mix)
04. Discomfort (Marc Pinol Remix)
Early DJ Supports:
Maceo Plex, dOP, Laurent Garnier, Roman Flüegel, Gesaffelstein, Tim Paris, Magda, Krikor, Jennifer Cardini, Click Box, Luciano, Daniel Avery, My Favorite Robot, Bozzwell, Xpress 2, Rework, Gregor Tresher, Headman, Danny Benedettini, Andy Martin, Scratch Massive, Jockers Of The Scene, Tomas More, Jordan Dare, People Get real, Mock N Toof, Sean Johnston, Mr G, Mlle Caro, Clement Meyer, Jonny Cruz, The Dead Rose Music Company,
Here is our new release with the pairing of label boss Remain and Throne of blood duo Populette, backed with remixes from Troy Pierce, Chloe and Marc Pinol...
Remain is back on Meant and steps up once again, this time joining forces with Throne of Blood duo Maxime Pasquier and Andrew Potter AKA Populette for a superb new single entitled ‘Discomfort’. Remain has been at the forefront of France’s techno/electro scene for several years now releasing music through labels such as Relish, Throne of Blood, Ideal Audio and of course Meant. French born Maxime Pasquier and US East coast native Andrew Potter met in 2003 and began throwing parties in and around NYC, they formed Populette in 2010 and have been at the heart of the success of the uber cool Throne of Blood label.
‘Discomfort’ is a superb slice of atmospheric, breaks driven electronica that truly showcases the production talents of all involved. Live drums are fused with dark edged synth lines, haunting FX and subtle vocal elements to create a swirling, disorientating, hypnotic record that is outstanding.
The original version is backed up with a trio of remixes. The first comes from US techno heavyweight Troy Pierce who delivers a deep, dark workout that journeys to techno’s outer realms, next we have the ever-excellent Chloe who turns in a version that blurs musical genres with it’s techno come disco feel and finally Spain’s Marc Pinol comes up with a brilliant slo-mo rework that mines the depth’s of modern electro disco.
Meant is certainly on a roll at the moment and this release is yet another sterling record for lovers of quality electronic music, enjoy!