Joris Voorn & Edwin Oosterwal's Green imprint continue in their mission to bring the most beautiful of Techno to our floors, with the second remix package of tracks taken from 'Niwa', the stunning debut album from Swiss producer, Ripperton.
Having already bathed in the depth defying strings of 'Random Violence', and shaken our hips to label chief Voorn's remix, it's time for us to turn to our attention to 'Leonor's Lanugo' and its extraordinary reworks from Radio Slave.
Green could not have found a finer match. The melodic genius of Ripperton is wonderfully sculpted by the UK producer, who delivers not one, but two remixes. Part 1 sees Radio Slave taking 'Leonor's Lanugo' on a deep, hypnotic workout. Its warm, all encompassing bassline works brilliantly with its tribal drum line to deliver a deadly take on the original.
On Part 2 Radio Slave takes a housier direction. Rock solid beats are interwoven with the original's beautiful string melody as bird calls and wild cats prowling add to the incredible suspense to create an inspiring remix.
Rounding out this release is a digital exclusive treat for all. Ripperton's very own 'Helsinki Digital Edit' of 'The Hill', a track that was exclusive to the Ltd 3LP Vinyl release of the album.
released June 28, 2010
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