Frequencies Fall

Dubmission Records
Release date
18 Sep 2006
Running length
13 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Lost In Translation (International Observer Meets Horace Remix) 5:04 1,341
2 Freefall (Friend's Electric Remix) 5:55 283
3 Elements Turn (Switch and PZ remix) 5:18 646
4 Freefall (Minuit Remix) 7:03 915
5 Flex (Son Sine Remix) 6:08 177
6 Big Trouble Upstairs (Hummel Remix) 4:43 843
7 Freefall (ITHZ Remix) 6:15 986
8 The Random Smiler (DJ Flix and Red Star Remix) 6:20 57
9 Lost In Translation (Youth Remix) 6:38 921
10 Empty Spaces, Missing Units (Module Remix) 7:24 161
11 Ape to Angel (Bluetech Remix) 7:17 193
12 Flex (Peak_Shift Remix) 5:37 55
13 Freefall (Alucidination Upbeat Remix) 5:11 56

About this album

Frequencies Fall is a collection of remixes of tracks from Pitch Black’s Ape To Angel album, which, reflecting the duo’s wide ranging tastes and styles, encompasses nearly every genre of electronica and dance music. Ape to Angel was released last summer to much critical acclaim, and many a rave review. Some quotes included:

‘producers capable of welding together the questing spirits of luminaries like Ritchie Hawtin and King Tubby while creating compelling sound universes’
DJ Magazine – 22 July 2005 Album of the Month

‘If you, like the countless Big Chill festival punters over the years that have been wowed by their electronic space odysseys, dig what press releases and acid heads call “journeys through music”, then you could do no worng in piping these beatscapes into your earholes of an evening’
Undercover – Issue 26 August ‘05

The collection opens with an Indo-lounge take on Lost in Translation by International Observer meets Horace (former Thompson Twin Tom Bailey and son), glides into Friends Electrics dubby breaks mix of Freefall, before going all old school DnB with Elements Turn, courtesy of Switch & pZ. Minuit ramp it up with their Plumps meets Daft Punk version of Freefall only for son.sine’s Flex to drop it right down Rhythm&Sound style!

Hummel then takes things off on a total tangent with his eclectic take on Big Trouble Upstairs, leaving it to Spektrum drummer Isaac Tucker to pick up the pieces with his side project’s Ithz’s tech house with a touch of acid remix of Freefall.

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