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|1.||The Organ Grinder - "Changes All The Time" (Detroit Swindle remix)|
|1.||Detroit Swindle - "The Break Up" (Max Graef remix)|
|2.||Nachtbraker - "Bluebottle" (Frits Wentink remix)|
|1.||Max Graef & Andy Hart - "Jungle" (Nachtbraker remix)|
|1.||Frits Wentink - "Schrewd" (The Organ Grinder remix)|
This deluxe 12" and 10" package is the first in what Detroit Swindle promise will be an annual occurrence - a "family remix EP", where members of the Heist Recordings roster rework label releases from the previous 12 months. It's a neat idea, and one that's undoubtedly resulted in some killer material. The Organ Grinder's surging, heavily percussive rework of Frits Wentik's "Schrewd" is particularly heavy, though it is Max Graef's loose, soulful, groovy and sample-heavy reinterpretation of Detroit Swindle's "The Break Up" is probably the standout. That said, there's plenty to cheer elsewhere, not least Nachtbraker's cowbell-laden, acid house-meets-nu-disco version of Max Graef and Andy Hart's "Jungle".
Ben Sims, Jimpster, Reece Johnson (Roots For Bloom), Kraak & Smaak, Secret Reels, Mark Johnson Bournemouth, Replika (Quintessentials), Brothers' Vibe, Jason Hodges, Arturo Garces, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Detroit Swindle, Kito Jempere, Manuel Costela/Bucketround, Titonton Duvante (Residual), Black Loops, Munk, Borrowed Identity
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