Monday, February 18, 2013
Scheduled for March on hfn music / Hamburg is a massive digital package showcasing a bundle of 28 remixes crafted by and for the Copenhagen-based producer Kasper Bjørke who is making some waves with his latest single "Sunrise" these days and so it's only natural that Slow Hands are opening this package with their rework of the named track. Dropping some names means that the likes of Trentemøller, Mano Le Tough, WhoMadeWho, Pillow Talk or Wareika are involved here on the remixside of things whilst Mr. Bjørke takes care of projects as diverse as Darkness Falls, Ilya Santana, Human Woman or Moby when it comes to reworks being crafted in his own studio. Too many good tracks to be found here to emphasize on single ones but if I'd be forced to pick out one outstanding favorite it might be Kasper Bjørke's rework of "Apple Pie" by Nelson Can which is a sweet PostPunk-flavored piece of IndieElectro madness or the still great re-cut of Darkness Falls' dancefloor filling "Hey!".