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Monolake - Alaska Remixes Album

Monolake - Alaska Remixes Album Performer: Monolake
Title: Alaska Remixes
Style: Techno, Minimal
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 2006
Size MP3: 2595 mb
Size FLAC: 1082 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

Alaska (Substance Remix I)6:17
Alaska (Surgeon Remix)8:00
Alaska (Substance Remix II)6:19

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ML 021Monolake Alaska Remixes ‎(12")Monolake / Imbalance Computer MusicML 021Germany2006
ml 021, ml021Monolake Alaska Remixes ‎(12", Ltd, Whi)Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music, Monolake / Imbalance Computer Musicml 021, ml021Germany2006
ML 021Monolake Alaska Remixes ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)Monolake / Imbalance Computer MusicML 021Germany2006

Album

Listen free to Monolake Alaska Remixes Alaska Surgeon Remix, Alaska Substance Remix I and more. 3 tracks 20:36. Alaska Remixes. LP - Monolake ML 021. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей - Alaska Surgeon Remix . Monolake - Alaska Substance Remix II. Alaska Remixes has been added to your Cart. Buy Now. Image Unavailable. Image not available for Color. 12 12 single, 3345 rpm, Extended Play. Monolake Format: Vinyl. New from. Used from. Vinyl, EP, October 30, 2006. Please retry. Listen to online Monolake - Alaska Remixes, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Monolake - Alaska Remixes from authorized sellers. Album 2011 4 Songs. Roger T. Dance Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands. ALASKA REMIXES by MONOLAKE. Now Playing. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. ALASKA REMIXES. Catalog . ML 021. Techno, Electro

Performer

Listen to music from Monolake like Reminiscence, Ghosts & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Monolake. Monolake was formed in 1995 as the duo of Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, although on later albums the group consisted of Henke alone, with Behles focusing his time on running the Ableton software company. Their sound can generally be described as minimal techno filled with nice touch of fine tech dub, although the 1999 Gobi. The Desert EP, which contains a single 37-minute atmospheric piece, is a notable exception. Monolake is a German electronic music project, initially consisting of members Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, Monolake is now perpetuated by Henke while Behles focuses on running music software company Ableton, which they founded in 1999 together with Bernd Roggendorf. From 2004, Torsten Pröfrock became a member of Monolake. Monolake's minimal, dub-influenced techno helped establish the sound of the Chain Reaction label, also located in Berlin, subsequently using their own Monolake. Monolake performing live at Sonic Acts 2010 at the Paradiso, Amsterdam. Monolakes Robert Henke is joined by Tarik Barri for the out Monolake on Beatport. Imbalance Computer Music. G M O. C G. Dolores, VT-100. 32 Tracks. Stream Tracks and Playlists from monolake on your desktop or mobile device. Learn more about Pro. Top Songs. Tangent I. Crash VLSI Version. Hong Kong Monolake. Gobi The Desert Monolake. Piercing Music HENKE,ROBERT. CD: . Fix in Music Library Close. Previous 12 3 4 5 6 7 Next. Back to top. Originally consisting of members Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, Monolake is now perpetuated by Henke while Behles focuses on running music software company Ableton, which they founded in 1999 together with Bernd Roggendorf. In fall 2004, Torsten Pröfrock became a member of Monolake. Mono Read More

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User reviews
Mezilabar
This is a piece of music I'm currently turning to with great regularity. Machined, powerful, uncompromising, mesmerising. Needs a good system to deliver the lithe but punchy bass and spread all the little mix details out like a Swiss craftsman's toolroll. Whether by accident or design Monolake and the remixers have made music to get right into my cortex.
Legend 33
Maybe the best the best slice of 12-inch wax ever made. No joke. I love this record, I love every second of it. It’s utterly great, powerful, mean in places, and the total quality overall is outstanding. Let’s start with Surgeon rework. What can I say? What can you say when an artist delivers something that is near perfection? "Find the damn record and listen to it yourself." Yeah, that’s it. Surgeon has used all the right bits in right places and created a truly powerful masterpiece which can be categorisied somewhere between techno, electo and breakbeat. I’ve listened to it millions of times and it still sounds as good as it did years ago. I’m a biiiiiiiig fan of Surgeon but this one stands out, miles ahead. But don’t you hate that you have one great song on the A-side and more or less shit on the other side? Fear not, my friend. Because Substance doesn’t let you down either. In fact, he delivers two great mixes, far apart from each other. Remix one is an atmospheric crowd teaser, dub techno masterpiece which I, at some point, listened to even more than I did the Surgeon remix. Just pure brilliance. The tension is insane, the fat bass in your face, the apocalyptic emotion that goes on and on. Remix two takes bits and pieces from remix one but is way more dancefloor and DJ friendly than the first remix. Very similar to the first take but still it has its own identity. I liked the original version but I love the reworks. Every DJ and producer around the world! Pay attention! This is how it should be done! Oh man, if every record would nearly as good as this is, we wouldn’t have a recession on the record industry.
xander
Let's be honest: hasn't the year 2006 provided us with quite a surprising number of fairly good electronic releases? But let's also ask ourselves: how many of them pretty much actually blew our minds...?
Well, to me personally this is clearly one of those very few. Soon after generating excellent public overall resonance Monolake's fantastic "Alaska Melting" gets followed by a trilogy of remixes by two of the easily most interesting Techno producers nowadays, Substance a.k.a. DJ Pete who recently more than delivered with his remix for Rhythm & Sound, and Surgeon who probably needs no introduction.

The outcome is more than spectacular: the original's cold, claustrophobic aesthetic was brilliantly adapted, similarities are soon being recognised - and yet each of the three re-works impresses as indepent and innovative. Surgeon for example. Not only does his remix lack the often criticised compressed linearity (on the contrary, it elegantly uses the generous length of eight minutes to develop quite an interesting dynamic including a nice, long outro), also the sounds he uses fit the original's theme amazingly well.
And there is more to come. Substance's first remix particularly impressed me with its loud, distorted basses that will inevitably remind you of earthquakes or bomb impacts rather than of music, which adds even more to "Alaska"'s industrial, oppressive feel. Something else i love about it is its slow, broken tempo which i daresay resembles that of Dubstep (Style Police - please spare my family!). Finally Pete's second remix is straight, solid Techno with an addictive bassline and those spooky, dubby sounds that make you want to spend the rest of your life in a dark, hazy warehouse.

All in all one of the very best and most innovative releases of the year and definitely one to nourish my enthusiasm for a long time. Please... MORE!!