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|1.||"Beaches Of The Black Sea" (Cosmodelica remix)|
|1.||"Stealing The Fire From Heaven" (Split Secs remix)|
The Pacific Wizard Foundation launches a new series entitled Re Illumination Series: which will evidently see some of the Los Angeles crew's favourite artists rework Pacific Horizons material. Last year's Pacific Horizons twelve Beaches Of The Black Sea was amongst our favourite disco releases of 2011 and it's the two tracks on that which get reworked here. Cosmo teams up with Yam Who to deliver a trademark Cosmodelica revision of "Beaches Of The Black Sea" that somehow increases the languid Balearic feel of the original - fans of International Feel output should gravitate towards this one. This is complemented by an excellent remix of "Stealing The Fire From Heaven" by fellow LA residents Split Secs aka Alexandre Mouracade & Tk Disko, who you might recall from a rather fine Jolly Jams EP last year. Split Secs work on expanding the sprawling dubby industrial explosion of the original into a full blown track and succeed with aplomb. More of this please Pacific Wizard Foundation.
Alexis Le-Tan, CISCO CISCO, Ryan Shaw (Eclectic Avenue Records), Felix Dickinson, Mark E, Slothboogie, Marius Circus, Sito / / Mischio Dischi Disco, Jeff Daniels, YAM WHO?, Kid Who, Ritesh (Adult Contemporary), Juno Recommends Disco, Megadon Betamax, I Love Disco!, Ray Mang, Neil Diablo, Seahorse & Castle, Woody Wood Jr., Joe Montana, The Unity Agency, COYOTE Is It Balearic?
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