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Dark Sky celebrated their return to the Monkeytown release schedule in style, with their long awaited second LP, "Othona".
The album was surrounded by a variety of singles, all of them as powerful as diverse.
You can now get all of them together!
The bundle includes:
Dark Sky - Kilter / Acaica
Dark Sky - The Walker / Kilter (Danny Daze & Zenker Brothers Remixes)
Dark Sky - Othona LP
Dark Sky - The Passenger / The Walker (Roman Flügel Remix)
To mark the release of their sophomore album, Dark Sky present a pair of remixes of their latest tracks. Brace yourself for a double treat of raw dancefloor virtuosity via Miami and Munich.
Omnidisc labelhead Danny Daze takes on the atmospheric march of „The Walker“, creating an eerie and intensely long build-up that eventually gives way to a slamming yet ethereal EBM finish.
Next up are Munich’s techno overlords the Zenker Brothers. They infuse „Kilter“ with some genuine breakbeat magic and hard-hitting industrial vibes while brilliantly reinventing the original track’s melodic themes. Spot-on.