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responsible grown up remixes

by fleck E.S.C.

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This set of remixes provides an intriguing companion to Fleck E.S.C.'s 'Responsible Grown Up' EP, released on Woodwork in May. The four inventive producers enlisted for this project went to task re-contextualizing the original parts, each crafting a personal shout out the original EP.

ADJ's powerhouse take on 'Substitute Placebo' enhances the bubbling, freakish qualities of the track while adding some signature muscle and swagger and a subtle dark rave essence.

Kim Cosmik ups the ante with a tidy smackdown version of 'Grassland'. Kim's version brings a hefty sub and a bouncy break into the arrangement while the main parts remain intact but slanted with a cracking new style and urgency.

UnSonore, a childhood friend and close acquaintance of Fleck E.S.C., stretches boldly into the outfit of 'Responsible Grown Up'. A wandering abstract progression slowly twists into a retro synth pop jam sounding a lot like it could be an instrumental of Duran Duran or Tubeway Army.

Pablo Splice then sticks the landing with a dizzying spin on 'That's It', blending melodic phrases of the original version into a droning, disoriented tech-noir tribute.


released August 13, 2021


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fleck E.S.C. Tokyo, Japan

While dodging cliches of the electro genre & leaning toward the spooky, cinematic retro sounds of horror, & sci-fi films, Fleck E.S.C. also draws influence from New Wave, Contemporary, Techno & Ambient music.

Franck Collin also creates soundtrack elements for documentary, short feature films, and live theatre.
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