Various Artists - 11 Years Cocoon Anniversary Remix Collection (Part 2) on Cocoon

Various Artists - 11 Years Cocoon Anniversary Remix Collection (Part 2)

Cocoon [DE] | CORLP 025.2 - May. 10, 2011

Vinyl || Minimal House / Minimal Trance / Tech House / Techno

Track info

Dinky - Acid In My Fridge (Visionquest Remix)
Dubfire vs. Oliver Huntemann - Diablo (Carlo Lio Remx)
Martin Buttrich - Hunter (Roman Flügel Remix)

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The Eleven is - numerologically speaking- definitely not a lucky number in the Western culture. It exceeds perfection just by one and thus represents the number of excess and sin in Christian mythology; that’s why apocalyptic events always start in the eleventh hour. However, those who followed the output of the most successful German label for electronic dance music since 2000 to date are aware of the fact that Cocoon’s aim is rather the further development of sound instead of sticking to nostalgia, or portentous “Omen". Against this background, it may be a temporal coincidence but also totally logical that, on the occasion of the eleventh anniversary, this compilation breaks with traditions which people have come to like. Of course, it was a point of honour for Cocoon to release the most important remixes on a total of three vinyls, accompanying the CD release. “Vinyl is THE medium for everybody who sets high values on good sound. That’s why vinyl is still the Champion’s League for me and I will continue supporting and releasing it!” (Sven Väth) It all begins with Chile-born Alejandra Iglesias aka Dinky, whose “Acid In My Fridge” from the Cocoon Compilation D in 2004 has ultimately taken her into the top league of producers. Lee Curtiss, Ryan Crosson, Seth Troxler and Shaun Reeves - the Michigan collective Visionquest - turns the musical masterpiece into a marvel of fragmented Dub Techno in a Breakbeat disguise, where the 303 takes over the controls again in the end anyway. Subsequently, Toronto’s SCI + TEC ambassador Carlo Lio is pumping a maximum of distortion in Dubfire/Huntemann’s “Diablo” and finishes the Maxi with a bang.

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