As Long As The Moment - Remixed EP 3
"Chris Fortier's debut artist album of 2007 As Long As The Moment Exists gets the make over treatment by some of Chris' all time musical heroes alongside his favorite new artists. The list of artists involved reads like a roll call of underground music's who's who, past, present and future: Error Error, Bruno Pronsato, Ed Davenport, Pheek, Joel Mull, Someone Else, Patrick Zigon, Mark Henning, Joey Beltram, Coalition Of The Killing, Alland Byallo, Ink & Needle, Perc and Habersham. The first two EPs have been receiving plays from progressive house dons like John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Seaman and Nick Warren, right through to techno tastemakers Barem, Mathias Schaffhäuser, Andrew Grant, DJ Clé and Robag Wruhme. This is the third EP in the series of the Believe mixes, featuring remixes by two of the techno and minimal world's most respected figures: Pheek and Someone Else. From Montreal, Pheek is the brains of the Archipel operation, a collection of musicians and designers all with collective creative focus. Pheek goes deep with his mix, shattering the vocal then piecing it back together on top of a throbmatic groove. The devil is in the detail- listen closely. We're convinced FoundSound owner Someone Else (aka Sean O'Neal) owns his own hadron collider and, in an experiment gone horribly right, has smashed the atoms of minimal and progressive house together to create a deep dancefloor bomb. This is late night sound system music at its best and just in case you can't get enough of the groove we've included a bonus beats mix."