Oliver Koletzki follows up his latest full-length material, originally encasing 13 tracks with a series of remix EPs. The first of the two sees the label head's 'A Tribe Called Kotori' and 'Tankwa Town' rearranged, totaling four brand new mainstage-ready reinterpretations.
The main artist himself contributes an alternate version of the melodic electronica ballad 'A Tribe Called Kotori', the forerunner of the album. Dubbed 'Woodfloor', this variant boasts affluent rhythmical percussions, that swiftly and righteously amp up its dance-floor appeal.
Chris Schwarzwälder steps up with another reinterpretation of 'A Tribe Called Kotori', channeling on its dubby layer and injecting more zest through playful drums and a subtle slice of buzzy synths.
Usually known for his vibrant productions, Niko Schwind offers up a surprisingly laid-back yet highly captivating rework of the oriental folk-tinged Tankwa Town. The tracks initial Bengali instrumentation transfigures into its less acoustic, more glitchy and electronic sounding rendition.
Meanwhile, on the flipside, we find Berliner Kleintierschaukel conveying the prime arrangement into a harmony-heavy exploration. A deeply immersive piece, the remixs central earworm comes in the shape of aptly crafted sitar loops.