Following hot on the heels of his sold out 'Rumba' and 'Ciquita' 12”s, Bawrut returned to Ransom Note Records earlier this year with the '4x4' EP - home to four typically leftfield bangers that come on like a whirlwind journey through one of his unfailingly energetic DJ sets. With appearances at the likes of Nuits Sonores, Sónar and Farr Festival, the Madrid-based producer is lined up for another exciting summer.
Now, we’re very happy to announce a remix EP featuring contributions from a host of star producers, underground favourites and R$N family. First up is the one and only Lauer who dials up the intensity on ‘I Hear Voices’, introducing lush chords, a sticky synth hook and an impossibly bouncy bassline. Jimpster wisely employs an “if it ain’t broke” approach with his remix of ‘More Cowbell’, keeping the action at a sizzling simmer and taking us into a more psychedelic headspace. Meanwhile, Colombian producer Sano [Cómeme / Public Possession] flips ‘Ghettoscar’ on its head with the addition of wonky Latin percussion and grinding bass.
London producer Lossy brings his trademark soulful electro vibes to the party, allowing the minimal skeleton of ‘Three Sounds’ to blossom into a track that recalls Lone at his most blissful. Timothy Clerkin does something quite different with ‘I Hear Voices’, transforming it into an unsettling, paranoid, acid-drenched echo of its former self. Finally, Berlin’s rising star Marlon Hoffstadt turns ‘More Cowbell’ into a breezy extended house jam - just the sort you could imagine spiralling away forever into infinity.