Remute & Plavka - The Solution / QRATES exclusive!

'The Solution' is an epic collaboration between infamous Techno producer Remute and enchanting vocalist Plavka. Plavka came to prominence as the lead singer of British acid-house band The Shamen. Her vocal performances with Jam & Spoon dominated the international charts in the mid 90s most notably with the multi-platinum hit 'Right In The Night'.

Remute works his machines hard on this release, the title track was entirely produced on old school equipment like the Ensoniq ASR-10 and using the Roland TR-909. He brings back the spirit of the 90s when house music was rough and soulful, evoking the sound of Plavka’s previous work with the Rising High Collective on the legendary label R&S Records.

Remute's driving sequences and Plavka's dreamy, metaphorical vocals take you on a floating trip to ecstatic sound spaces and sparkling bliss of analog warmth predestined for vinyl listening pleasure! So if you're bored by the soullessness of some contemporary House and EDM productions then buying this shiny white record might be THE SOLUTION for you.



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'The Solution' is an epic collaboration between infamous Techno producer Remute and enchanting vocalist Plavka. Plavka came to prominence as the lead singer of British acid-house band The Shamen. Her vocal performances with Jam & Spoon dominated the international charts in the mid 90s most notably with the multi-platinum hit 'Right In The Night'.

Remute works his machines hard on this release, the title track was entirely produced on old school equipment like the Ensoniq ASR-10 and using the Roland TR-909. He brings back the spirit of the 90s when house music was rough and soulful, evoking the sound of Plavka’s previous work with the Rising High Collective on the legendary label R&S Records.

Remute's driving sequences and Plavka's dreamy, metaphorical vocals take you on a floating trip to ecstatic sound spaces and sparkling bliss of analog warmth predestined for vinyl listening pleasure! So if you're bored by the soullessness of some contemporary House and EDM productions then buying this shiny white record might be THE SOLUTION for you.



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Remute is not just the owner of the www-domain 'Techno.xxx', but also for sure one of the most productive, energetic and eclectic protagonists of this genre:
Since his teenage days the Belgrade-born producer released his music on legendary record-labels like Tresor, Traum or Bedrock and sharpened his reputation as a creator of unconventional, but sure-shot-dancefloor-fillers!
Besides countless worldwide gigs at festivals, raves and cult-clubs like Berghain, he is also a very well-known and popular remixer for artists like Kid Alex aka Boys Noize, GusGus, Justin Robertson, Daniel Avery or Solomun; furthermore he is still the world record holder concerning the longest remix (60 minutes of pure acid-madness for 'Oculus' from Iceland!) in dance-music-history. His own productions got remixed by artists like Paul Kalkbrenner, DJ Rush, Snuff Crew or Legowelt.
Remute had his final breakthrough in 2008 when he launched his own, self-titled, label 'Remute' :
Its first release 'Zuendli' triggered an unprecedented wave of techno-euphoria and the catchy, thrilling helicopter-sounds caused clubber's jaw clenching and teeth grinding for many years.
More distinctive releases followed in the 2010s like 'The Orgy' (including a sample of his own blood with each of the limited album editions), 'Cowbell Mania', ''Lampuca For Me' (thanks to Erol Alkan's heavy support on BBC a massive genre-bending hit) or his 2013 album 'Theme Tunes For 10 Games Never Made' which successfully built an overdue bridge between videogaming and clubbing (just listen to its lead-track 'Gravity?') and made Remute tour the world with synth-modified gameconsoles and Commodore Amiga homecomputers...
In late 2014 he once more proved his versatility and released a quasi-official, let's say fan-made, 'speculative mixtape'-album via the US-synthwave-label Telefuture called 'Yoshiwara' which tries to provide a retro-futuristic electronic soundtrack to the infamous nightclub of the same name from 'Metropolis'.
10” White color vinyl (33 rpm)
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