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Disc 1
01
Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras I Remember
03 :22
02
Stefan Goldmann Massenbach
01 :25
03
Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras Soon (KiNK Remix)
05 :06
04
Raudive Paper
04 :55
05
Stefan Goldmann Beluga
05 :17
06
Raudive Brittle
08 :59
08
Stefan Goldmann Lunatic Fringe
07 :53
09
Peter Kruder Law Of Return
06 :51
10 07 :45
11
Santiago Salazar Arcade
05 :13
12
Elektro Guzzi Android
06 :22
14
Stefan Goldmann Prefecture
04 :35
15 04 :16
16
Stefan Goldmann The Maze - Part 3
00 :11
Disc 2
01
Stefan Goldmann Massenbach
01 :19
02 01 :33
03
Stefan Goldmann Prefecture
04 :49
04
Peter Kruder Law Of Return
06 :44
06
Stefan Goldmann Lunatic Fringe
07 :29
07
Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras Soon (KiNK Remix)
03 :40
08
Raudive Paper
06 :13
09 08 :56
10 05 :54
11
Santiago Salazar Arcade (Stefan Goldmann Mix)
05 :38
12
Elektro Guzzi Android
03 :43
13
Raudive Brittle
05 :31
14
Stefan Goldmann The Maze ? Part 1
04 :38
15
Stefan Goldmann Beluga
04 :40
16
Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras I Remember
02 :58
ARTIST
TITLE
Macrospective
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
MACROM 025CD MACROM 025CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
9/27/2011

Two DJs, one tracklist. Probably for the first time in the history of dance music, a release focuses on extracting the pure sound signature of the DJ. When the tracks to choose from are limited to one playlist, the sequencing decisions and mix styles of the DJs reveal their individualities as well as the different possibilities the music allows when formed into one continuous stream. Macrospective is the first conceptual double mix offering a 1-on-1 comparison of the art of DJing with two masters of the craft. But you'll also love it for being a comprehensive retrospective of one of the most intriguing contemporary label catalogs in electronic music. The two mixes by Macro founders Stefan Goldmann and Finn Johannsen highlight key works of the label (including poll-winners "The Maze," "Law Of Return," "Arcade" & "Lunatic Fringe"), bringing out the versatility and individuality of each track. Great music allows for more than a single interpretation. Who could better suggest one than the A&Rs behind Macro and the resident DJs at the label's residency at Berlin's legendary Berghain club? Finn Johannsen's mix is a one-take live journey through build-ups, peaks and comedowns, but also detours, distractions and surprises. Stefan Goldmann's alternative take is a carefully constructed "architectural" mix, locking specific turning points of the tracks to form an 80-minute dramatic composition of Macro's essence. By the way, both DJ mixes are vinyl mixes. In an era of dull mp3s, the aesthetics of Macro's carefully-cut record releases are the basis for this double album.