FM82 | VARIOUS Strain of Origin IV

CATALOGUE: FM82
ARTIST:
 VARIOUS
TITLE: 
STRAIN OF ORIGIN IV
FORMAT: 
DIGITAL
RELEASED: December 2014

BUY: FREE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AT BANDCAMP

Strain IV cover art

TRACKLISTING:

1. Tim Fitz – Gimme Some Love (Super Magic Hats remix)
2. Naps – Green Growth (Lower Spectrum remix)
3. Lower Spectrum – Estuary (Electric Sea Spider remix)
4. 0point1 – Radio Edit (Setec remix)
5. POWER MOVES – Selfish (Aheadphonehome remix)
6. Pimmon – Limited E Country (Naps remix)
7. Electric Sea Spider – Jumanji Crackden (pwrmvs white dust remix)
8. Setec – Water or Concrete (Tim Fitz remix)
9. Super Magic Hats – More Than Words (PMM remix)
10. Aheadphonehome – Scattergun 5 (0point1 remix)
11. PMM – No Technical Hangups (Shisd’s skeletal mix)
12. Shisd – Pale Ghost (Pale Earth remix)
13. Spartak – Child Soldiers (Pimmon remix)
14. Pale Earth vs Shoeb Spartak – Point of Attack

RELEASE DETAILS:

What started as an inter-label collaboration between Sydney label Feral Media and Brisbane label LoFly has now become a showcase of some of the most exciting artists active in the Australian underground music scene.
Now in its fourth year the labels have once again selected some of their favourite local artists who each drop a track into the proverbial melting pot and are in turn given a track from another contributing artist to remix.

Strain of Origin IV features exclusive contributions from Lower Spectrum, Electric Sea Spider, Super Magic Hats, Naps, Pimmon, 0point1, Setec, Tim Fitz, PMM, Power Moves, Shisd, Spartak, Pale Earth and Aheadphonehome.

The comp opens with Super Magic Hats’ rework of Tim Fitz’s Gimme Some Love which retains the pop sensibility of the original, kicking the rhythm up a gear and adding some extra synth warmth. Elsewhere Electric Sea Spider strips back Lower Spectrum’s cinematic track Estuary adding tribal percussion to a shimmering piano motif.
Naps’ take on Pimmon’s Limited E Country is all jittery percussion and sub bass stabs, whilst Eugene Ward (Dro Carey/Tuff Sherm) under his PMM guise transports Super Magic Hats’ More Than Words into a postmodern soundscape reminiscent of Oneohtrix Point Never.

As with the artists themselves, the compilation crosses a diverse range of styles making for a compelling listen from start to finish.
Strain of Origin IV is an essential snapshot of the buzzing Australian underground and one again is provided free of charge for your listening pleasure.

CREDITS:

Curated by Greg Stone and Phil Laidlaw
Mastered by G L Seiler
Artwork by Bob Streckfuss
Design and title font by Hayley Byron

REVIEWS:

FBi Click album of the week

“….it provides an accessible framework through which non-experimental music schooled individuals will be encouraged to experience what might initially be thought of as ‘outsider’ sounds. I’m so glad this project exists”
– Pilerats

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