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Coming off the release of an orchestral make-over for the recent fourth Bourne film, ‘The Bourne Legacy’, Moby’s ‘Extreme Ways’ classic receives yet another fresh lick of paint for 2012, courtesy of German Mpire builder Moguai.

Building on the original’s brittle vocals and ambient, string-driven sample from Hugo Winterhalter’s cover of Fred Neil’s ‘Everybody’s Talkin’, André Tegeler’s acid-esque chord play is met with segments of soothing bliss for something of a signature remix on the eclectic German’s behalf. Although Moby’s lullaby-esque original will remain forever unparalleled where ‘Extreme Ways’ remixes are concerned, Tegeler’s mixture of rock-influenced Electro House indicates that the life and times of Moguai will continue to take turns for the best in the near future.

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In case you have not already opened up your aural cavities for the kicking electro-house tunes out from the now London stationed Tommy Trash, be sure to as a brand-new remix is seething hot off the stove and ready to climb alongside the steadily rising reputation of this prominent DJ and producer. The End alone was sufficient to plant his notable signature sound in the very heart of clubland, after getting spanned and supported by the likes of Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Laidback Luke, Dirty South and more over the past few months. And a bare half a year and a row of 10 hit makings later, the Australia-bred icon of the electro-house scene has become a centre piece in the crusade of immersing the warped hooks and greasy baselines yet further into a solid stellar position at the forefront.

With successful remixes on Carry Me HomeEdge Of The EarthOne Last RideAlive and the recent Future Folksingle under his prestigious belt, Trash, whom arguably can now be considered a heavyweight, emits a preview of his upcoming remix on a living legend within electronic music – Moby. Off the American’s 10th studio album, released in mid May of this year, After and its aesthetic basis is re-assembled by the smudgy but utterly stodgy touch of Tommy Trash into a dark and monstrous piece, driven by swooshing bass lines and its overall filthy alignment.

Besides getting a greasy treatment from Tommy Trash, Moby’s After single is also remixed by the sensational Size Records talent that is Tim Mason. Much alike the Greek legend of Midas, whose ability was to turn everything he touched into gold, the Brighton phenomena grabs ahold of the artistic original to reinforce it with dazzling instance’s of his trenchant characteristics. Unearthed by Steve Angello to debut the enormous The Moment, and with Anima set for a follow-up release on Size, the ascension of Tim Mason has gone full throttle this year. His name has recurringly appeared in coherence with some of modern-day dance music’s very top layer and rightfully so – after prosperously remixing I Can’t Help MyselfSolid GroundWhere Them Girls At and Open Your Eyes into impeccable anthems.

And as his take on the almighty Otherside by Red Hot Chili Peppers is due out soon on Warner’s One More Tune division, his sweeping, trance-influenced leads are back to make up this immense making. Moderately borrowing elements from the original of a true legend, his astounding deftness come to flaunt thoroughly yet again as he presents us another striking offering, as premiered by Thomas Gold on Club FG Radio last night.

The first remix package is out now via Moby’s very own Little Idiot imprint!

Moby – After (Tim Mason & Tommy Trash Remixes) [Little Idiot] – Beatport Link

Moby – After (Tim Mason Remix)


Moby – After (Tommy Trash Remix)

/Anton

Besides getting a greasy treatment from Tommy Trash, Moby’s After single is also remixed by the sensational Size Records talent that is Tim Mason. Much alike the Greek legend of Midas, whose ability was to turn everything he touched into gold, the Brighton phenomena grabs ahold of the artistic original to reinforce it with dazzling instance’s of his trenchant characteristics. Unearthed by Steve Angello to debut the enormous The Moment, and with Anima set for a follow-up release on Size, the ascension of Tim Mason has gone full throttle this year. His name has recurringly appeared in coherence with some of modern-day dance music’s very top layer and rightfully so – after prosperously remixing I Can’t Help Myself, Solid Ground, Where Them Girls At and Open Your Eyes into impeccable anthems.

And as his take on the almighty Otherside by Red Hot Chili Peppers is due out soon on Warner’s One More Tune division, his sweeping, trance-influenced leads are back to make up this immense making. Moderately borrowing elements from the original of a true legend, his astounding deftness come to flaunt thoroughly yet again as he presents us another striking offering, as premiered by Thomas Gold on Club FG Radio last night. It’s due out on October 17th via Little Idiot, have a listen!

/Anton

In case you have not already opened up your aural cavities for the kicking electro-house tunes out from the now London stationed Tommy Trash, be sure to as a brand-new remix is seething hot off the stove and ready to climb alongside the steadily rising reputation of this prominent DJ and producer. The End alone was sufficient to plant his notable signature sound in the very heart of clubland, after getting spanned and supported by the likes of Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Laidback Luke, Dirty South and more over the past few months. And a bare half a year and a row of 10 hit makings later, the Australia-bred icon of the electro-house scene has become a centre piece in the crusade of immersing the warped hooks and greasy baselines yet further into a solid stellar position at the forefront.

With successful remixes on Carry Me Home, Edge Of The Earth, One Last Ride, Alive and the recent Future Folk single under his prestigious belt, Trash, whom arguably can now be considered a heavyweight, emits a preview of his upcoming remix on a living legend within electronic music – Moby. Off the American’s 10th studio album, released in mid May of this year, After and its aesthetic basis is re-assembled by the smudgy but utterly stodgy touch of Tommy Trash into a dark and monstrous piece, driven by swooshing bass lines and its overall filthy alignment. It’s due out on October 17th via Little Idiot, have a listen!

/Anton

Being a vital piece to the enacting of the new French DJ generation, Arno Cost has become a well-renowned DJ and producer thanks to his vibrant releases. Following the long-awaited release of The Days To Come in mid April, also starring Arias and Michael Feiner, we’ve become quite familiar to his smash-limited outlet and his vast discography, crammed with peak-timers. As May’s highly supported Lise instalment on Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Records is still doing its share of rounds on the dancefloors as well as getting championed by no others than Pete Tong, David Guetta and many more, one can most certainly establish Cost as one of a kind. Despite his quite commercial signature sound, the Frenchman has indicated proof of a certain uniqueness and innovativeness, hard to equal. On the heels of his last remix on Martin Solveig’s Ready 2 Go single comes a new take on Moby’s Lie Down In Darkness. Mainly consisting of a sweeping synth hook, this new offering of Cost brings forth his stirring sound from back in the day, featuring releases like Magenta, Cyan and Darling Harbour among others. It’s available now on Little Idiot!

Moby – Lie Down In Darkness (Arno Cost Remix) [Little Idiot] – Beatport Link

/Anton

Being a vital piece to the enacting of the new French DJ generation, Arno Cost has become a well-renowned DJ and producer thanks to his vibrant releases. Following the long-awaited release of The Days To Come in mid April, also starring Arias and Michael Feiner, we’ve become quite familiar to his smash-limited outlet and his vast discography, crammed with peak-timers. As May’s highly supported Lise instalment on Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Records is still doing its share of rounds on the dancefloors as well as getting championed by no others than Pete Tong, David Guetta and many more, one can most certainly establish Cost as one of a kind. Despite his quite commercial signature sound, the Frenchman has indicated proof of a certain uniqueness and innovativeness, hard to equal. On the heels of his last remix on Martin Solveig’s Ready 2 Go single comes a new take on Moby’s Lie Down In Darkness. Mainly consisting of a sweeping synth hook, this new offering of Cost brings forth his stirring sound from back in the day, featuring releases like Magenta, Cyan and Darling Harbour among others. Set for release on July 18th via Little Idiot, have a listen!

/Anton

Having scored such explicit anthems as Nothing Better and Live Your Life in 2010, Eddie Thoneick is preparing for firing away his 2011 contender alongside Erick Morillo and Shawnee Taylor called Stronger. The German is now unleashing his absolute stunning remix of highly-regarded Moby and his newly released trademarker, The Day, graced with an incredibly bubbling beat. It’s available now on Little Idiot.

Moby – The Day (Eddie Thoneick Remix) [Little Idiot] – Beatport Link

/Jesper & Anton

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