Compost Black Label #84 (incl. Remixes by: Arto Mwambe, TJ Kong & Nuno Dos Santos, Till Von Sein)
You are sure to find a gem here, from techno house (Coyu), deep house grooves, abstract downbeat to beautiful shimmering ambience (Matthias Vogt), the unifying theme being Joash’s stunning string laden orchestral feel.
01 Don't Fear It Fight It (Arto Mwambe Remix)07:26
01 The Simple Things ft. Andy Herbertson (Matthias Vogt Remix)05:08
02 Bleed (Seulo aka Jim Rivers Remix)07:36
02 Salome (TJ Kong & Nuno dos Santos Remix)08:29
03 Climb ft. Aaron David Frith (Coyu Remix)08:22
03 Mission (Tom Taylor & Gareth Whitehead Stripped Dub)05:39
04 Dont Fear It Fight It (Tom Taylor & Gareth Whitehead Deeper Shades Of Jazz Dub)06:10
04 The Simple Things (Till von Sein Remix)07:15
05 Climb (Coyu Remix Instrumental)08:22
06 Climb ft. Aaron David Frith (Left Side Concept Remix)07:26
07 Assassin (Funk D'Void Remix)08:05
08 Mission ft. Replife (K'bonus Remix)05:57
Joash's debut album, „Don’t Fear It, Fight It“ achieved so many props from such a diverse range of people (as you can see from the small selection of quotes below) that it has inspired a striking variety of great remixes covering a vast spectrum of styles. Following the previously released disco orientated remixes for Joash, tunes by Woolfy, Sportloto and Chocolate Garage Production, here comes another great package of delicious remixes by Arto Mwambe (aka Lauer / Brontosaurus), TJ Kong & Nuno Dos Santos (Compost), Till Von Sein (Suol /Morris Audio / Baalsaal), Coyu (Atypical Farm / Diynamic /Suara), Matthias Vogt (Motorcitysoul / re:jazz ), Seulo alias Jim Rivers (Misfit Records / Dieb Audio), Tom Taylor & Gareth Whitehead (Bullet Dodge / Borque / BCB-Tec / Nummer Schallplatten) , Left Side Concept, Funk D’Void (Soma) and last but not least K’Bonus from Antwerp (Lovemonk / Compost Black Label / Innvisions, /Pulver Rec.) You are sure to find a gem here, from techno house (Coyu), deep house grooves, abstract downbeat to beautiful shimmering ambience (Matthias Vogt), the unifying theme being Joash’s stunning string laden orchestral feel.