Rhythm & Sound ‎– See Mi Yah (Remixes #4)

Burial Mix ‎– BMX-4
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - etched): BMX-4-A See Mi Yah Remixes #4 D & M Rhythm & Sound
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - etched): BMX-4-B D & M


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February 9, 2016

The Carl Craig remix (A1) is very good but way too short. It stops just when it begins to get awesome.
The Basic Reshape (A2) is as good as dub techno can get. Which means: it's good.


January 20, 2016
The basic reshape is an awesome piece of work. Deep, and steady. Jah.


July 25, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Its been "a little while" since Mr. Craig and the Basic Channel guys did something together..."Domina" and "Infinition" were released more than 10 years ago. So far, only the "Soundhack" remix caught my attention in this new remix series of the "Rhythm & Sound" project, but now Basic Channel and Craig set the standard where it should be. Carl Craig delivers a mix in his own signature style (all of his remixes are GOLD: the more you know about electronic music, the more you will love them) - small step sequences, lead vocals that become a recognizable theme while being broken up into syllables, keyboard harmonies that all fall in place. But the real bomb is Basic Channels own version - once again they take their definition of dub to a new level. This is the magic that happens when they step out of their self-chosen "reggae dub" exile (after delivering some groundbreaking techno cuts in the early nineties), and make a move back towards the techno- and house dancefloors. With the rhythm somewhat in the vein of "M5" and a underlying monster bass figure, this track makes a difference in any DJ set. The amount of subsonic BASS in this single is abnormal. True masters deliver, this is a must-have item.


June 2, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

When you want something done right do it yourself. I guess that's the moral of the SMY remix series. Basic Reshape is finally a remix really on par with the awesome originals even if Moritz & Mark had to do it themselves. With Carl Craig delivering a pretty good remix too, SMY #4 at last fullfils my high expectations for the series after the bitter dissapointment of #1, only in part corrected with #2 & #3.