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Disc 1
01
Midaircondo - Talkuin2it
01 :00
02
Mikkel Metal - Famil
01 :00
03 01 :00
04
Smyglyssna feat. Bas-1 - You Think Too Much
01 :00
05
Jens Loden - Ju Inte
01 :00
06 01 :00
07
Svalastog - No Oil Work
01 :00
08
Jeff Milligan - The Problem With Strakova
01 :00
09
Johan Foimeijer - Flowers
01 :00
10
Jay Haze - Feelings Are Hard
01 :00
11
Minimalistic Sweden - Kiváló
01 :00
13
Sophie Rimheden - The Real Way (Mitek Version)
01 :00
14
Bulgur Brothers - Snowy&Frosty
01 :00
15
Pellarin - Love Without Effort
01 :00
Disc 2
16
Theodor Zox - Zepto Swing Lite
01 :00
17 01 :00
18
Skugge & Stavöstrand - Rotated Twist
01 :00
19
Per Mikael - Johanneberg Cares
01 :00
20
Anders Ilar - Between The Digits
01 :00
21
[A]pendics Shuffle - Belive Me You
01 :00
22
Ozy - Airhead
01 :00
23
Plug - Brick-Vak
01 :00
24
Fenin - Rice'n Peas
01 :00
25
Johan Skugge - Foolio
01 :00
26
Håkan Lidbo - Sieg Halelujah!
01 :00
27
Lineas Des Naszcas - Cerro De La Estrella
01 :00
28
Tonne - Wf/60
01 :00
ARTIST
TITLE
Do You Copy?
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
MITEK 021CD MITEK 021CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/3/2006

[deleted] Mitek celebrates their five years of existence with a unique retrospective compilation: 2000-2005 over 2 CDs for the price of 1. A stable of compelling and internationally-renowned artists take on the Mitek catalog -- after 5 years and 20 releases, 27 artists and 28 tracks do their own personal reinterpretations, ranging from minimal soundscapes via electronica to club tracks, taking snippets here and there, creating a new and fresh take on the older material. Son Of Clay creates a low-key and beautiful piece out of Mikael Stavöstrand, Jeff Milligan composes a minimal and fluffy rework of Son Of Clay, and Midaircondo presents a stunning take on Sophie Rimheden and so on. Each track presents a different approach in style and method, providing a really good overview of what is going on at the moment in international and experimental electronic music, with artists from Sweden, Norway, Iceland, England, Denmark, Germany, England, Mexico, Canada and the United States.