Following the release of Masters At Work remixes of 'Antigravity Love', taken from electronic hero Krust's critically-acclaimed album 'The Edge Of Everything', the A-list versions keep flowing with Four Tet, Batu and Damian Lazarus each re-working a different track from the LP. Sparkling like stars with a pretty melody, Four Tet's interpretation of 'Negative Returns' also packs a deceptively heavy punch, maintaining the original's hurtling velocity, fuelled by a huge sub-bass engine. The spiralling beat-and-bass science of fellow Bristolian Batu's version takes 'Space Oddity' and deconstructs it like a cubist portrait, matching the main man himself in pure outside-the-box expression. Crosstown Rebels boss Damian Lazarus maintains Krust's epic adventure narrative, retelling the tale in his own words, taking recognisable parts from the original and transposing them into a groovy cosmic house odyssey.
Following the release of Masters At Work remixes of 'Antigravity Love', taken from electronic hero Krust's critically-acclaimed album 'The Edge Of Everything', the A-list versions keep flowing with Four Tet, Batu and Damian Lazarus each re-working a different track from the LP. Sparkling like stars with a pretty melody, Four Tet's interpretation of 'Negative Returns' also packs a deceptively heavy punch, maintaining the original's hurtling velocity, fuelled by a huge sub-bass engine. The spiralling beat-and-bass science of fellow Bristolian Batu's version takes 'Space Oddity' and deconstructs it like a cubist portrait, matching the main man himself in pure outside-the-box expression. Crosstown Rebels boss Damian Lazarus maintains Krust's epic adventure narrative, retelling the tale in his own words, taking recognisable parts from the original and transposing them into a groovy cosmic house odyssey.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: CTRB
Rel. Date: 12/04/2020
UPC: 5060786568274

The Edge Of Everything Remixes Pt 1
Artist: Krust
Format: Vinyl
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Following the release of Masters At Work remixes of 'Antigravity Love', taken from electronic hero Krust's critically-acclaimed album 'The Edge Of Everything', the A-list versions keep flowing with Four Tet, Batu and Damian Lazarus each re-working a different track from the LP. Sparkling like stars with a pretty melody, Four Tet's interpretation of 'Negative Returns' also packs a deceptively heavy punch, maintaining the original's hurtling velocity, fuelled by a huge sub-bass engine. The spiralling beat-and-bass science of fellow Bristolian Batu's version takes 'Space Oddity' and deconstructs it like a cubist portrait, matching the main man himself in pure outside-the-box expression. Crosstown Rebels boss Damian Lazarus maintains Krust's epic adventure narrative, retelling the tale in his own words, taking recognisable parts from the original and transposing them into a groovy cosmic house odyssey.

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