Antiloop ‎– Catch Me


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
158 322-2 Antiloop Catch Me(CD, Maxi) Stockholm Records 158 322-2 Sweden 2000 Sell This Version
158 321-2 Antiloop Catch Me(CD, Single) Stockholm Records 158 321-2 Sweden 2000 Sell This Version


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November 9, 2011
referencing Catch Me, CD, Maxi, 158 322-2

Not overly impressed by this one. The original I've always quite liked, but the two remixes that follow are just awful, in my opinion. Some very repetitive beats from Thomas Krome which might work better if the production had more variables. The Breakmecanix Remix seems to have a surprisingly basic sound considering the Drum & Bass and Breaks genres have been establishing themselves since the early-to-mid 90s.

The whole reason I got the single was Probspot's remix, which makes the single just about worth owning. It's got a funky style to it and wouldn't be out of place on a Hed Kandi compilation of the time. A rare treat for fans of Probspot and an interesting contrast to the style he formed around 2003/04.


July 16, 2004
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Catch Me, CD, Maxi, 158 322-2
Catch Me was a different track for Antiloop, features Swedish rapper Timbuktu on vocals and is a Drum & Bass infulenced track, very nice done. The remixes are nice, Breakmecanix does a nice breaks mix and also adds some hiphop influences to the track. Thomas Krome who is more known for his more techy productions does a breaks remix. For a intro to his remix Thomas recorded a dialogue in swedish between two guys that doesn't like "techno music", i find this dialogue hilarious. This dialogue explains the remix title which translates in english to "Some technotwat has remixed this one". Young Swedish up & coming producer Probspot remade the track for the dancefloor and made a nice upbeat cut, this track has some very funky elements and uses just small pieces of the vocals unlike the other remixes, it is a shame tho that the track is so short