Forthcoming # COMMIX – RE:CALL TO MIND [Metalheadz]

21 07 2010

This is gonna be one of the best release of the year // All styles

Commix – Recall To Mind

LP 12” Sampler
A: Be True (Burial Remix)

2 x 12” EP Part 1
A Belleview(dBridge Belle-Reviewed Remix)
B Change (A Made Up Sound Remix)
C How You Gonna Feel (Pangea Remix)
D Japanese Electronics (Instra:Mental Moog Remix)

2 x 12” EP Part 2
A Emily’s Smile (Sigha She’s Still Smiling Remix)
B Satellite Type 2 (Marcel Dettman Remix 1)
C Strictly (Kasem Mosse “Needs To Feel Edit” Remix)
D Spectacle (Two Armadillos Remix Rhythm of Life)

Limited 10” Single
A Satellite Type 2 (Marcel Dettman Remix 2)
AA How You Gonna Feel (Pedestrian Remix)

1. Japanese Electronics – (Instra:mental Moog Remix)
2. How you Gonna Feel – (Pangaea Remix)
3. Change – (A Made Up Sound Remix)
4. Belleview – (dBridge Belle-Reviewed Remix)
5. Be True – (Burial Remix)
6. Strictly – (Kassem Mosse “Needs To Feel Edit” Remix)
7. Spectacle – (Two Armadillos Rhythm Of Life Remix)
8. Emilys Smile – (Sigha She’s Still Smiling Remix)
9. Satellite Type 2 – (Marcel Dettmann Remix 1)
10. Satellite Song – (Underground Resistance Remix) listen/buy

Yes your eyes are ok, your brain is sane as well….For now

– say word –


“When Commix made the original “Call to Mind”, one of their aims with the project was to reference the various styles that had influenced them. “Be True” was a nod to the heavily chopped up and looped samples that J-Dilla had made into a style of his own, “Bellevue” was an attempt at trying to create a minimal techno aesthetic within a drum & bass timeframe, and “Change” was their attempt at doing a modernised take on the Bristol sound of the late 90’s.

When the idea for doing a remix project came about it was important to them that it continue this theme, but also that they bring in musicians that have recently flourished and brought something different to their particular genre.

In keeping with the album the launch party features a line up that is unlikely to be seen in one place again. From the pioneering techno productions of Berghain resident Marcel Dettman to the mood evoking sounds of Instra:mental and of course Commix themselves; this launch party is a platform to present the “Re:Call To Mind” album in the club environment. Additional “Re:Call To Mind” collaborators Pangaea and Pedestrian complete the main room line up. East London record label and party Electric Minds host room 2, with Commix providing a remix for new label signing Duffstep, he joins label founder Dolan Bergin with support coming from Minkioni.

The party takes place in loft spaces 1 & 2 of London’s up-and-coming cross-arts centre, Rich Mix. A huge Funktion One sound system and full production will be installed in both rooms, which are fully sound proofed and noise restriction free. The Rich Mix is just 1 min walk from the new Shoreditch over ground train line, which is easily accessible from both North and South London. Old Street tube is also just a few minutes walk away.”

Commix’s “Re:Call To Mind” Album Launch Party

Room 1 – Commix, Marcel Dettmann, Insta:mental, Pangaea, Pedestrian
Room 2 – Duffstep, Dolan Bergin & Minkioni

Friday 8th October 2010 – 10pm-5am
Venue: Rich Mix 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA Nearest
Transport: Shoreditch Overground (1 min) / Old Street Tube (5 min)

All ticket info from: / 07958 614 297
£8 – £15 in advance through Resident Advisor



One response

25 08 2010
Download & Listen # TRILOGY new Singles, NOISIA forthcoming & some surprises « SO WHAT? DI KHRAP!

[…] Last month i introduced you to the forthcoming remixes LP of Commix, we had chance to get the full tracklist and also an announce for a launch party. So yeah if you’re not aware about it, Commix put out the snippets on their soundcloud. So instead of posting you the Dbridge & Burial remixes, i preferred to post 2 of my fav’ones… Here are A Made Up Sound (aka 2562) & Pangaea’s Remixes. Yeah it’s How you gonna feel remix w/ S.Spacek…And its Dope […]

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