Luciano – The Great Amael


Artist: Luciano
Title: The great Amael (w/ Audion RMX)
Label: Cadenza
Format: 12″
Release Date: 14.10.2016

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Originally released in 2014, Luciano’s ‘The Great Amael’ is an enchanting and endearing trip; a lo-fi bubbling groove and dusted Hammond organs that hustle along whilst live percussion cuts through the oceanic atmospherics. Two years on, and Cadenza Music call upon a brace of remixers to provide fresh and unique interpretations of this hidden gem in Luciano’s catalogue.

Having recently released his first album in over 10 years, Matthew Dear AKA Audion boldly steps up to the mantle and stamps his intelligent techno sound all over ‘Amael’ in the first of our remixes. Cutting a sprightly pace from the off, Audion melts stuttering sine waves and bulging tones over concrete beats, tweaking in the original organ riff and fathoms deep pads whilst adding additional vocal refrains as he playfully teases the arrangement before dropping a superb riff in his ‘Backward Melody’ Remix, which takes a most psychedelic and unexpected twist!

Two other musical heavyweights collaborate on the second of the remixes; Phil Moffa and Seth Troxler are no studio strangers, having released a joint project on the British Hypercolour label last year, and remixed for Tiga a few months back. Their LSOS LOVE/GOD Remix builds from ambient beginnings, save for a rhythm carved out of spongy electronics, a sturdy beat kicking in and setting the controls destination unknown, as the duo steer through breathy vocal cuts and propelling bass, stripping the remix back before leaping back into hyperspace with some adventurous and dubbed out vibes, before coming back down for landing with those unmistakable pads from Luciano’s original.

A fitting remix package that brings together four of the electronic music scene’s most dynamic talents, Luciano’s music is given that extra special touch by respected and like-minded individuals that will continue its work on the more discerning dancefloors this Autumn.