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Release Date: 2015-07-31

Dark Sky - Voyages

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Dark Sky - Voyages
Dark Sky, Francis Inferno Orchestra - Voyages - Francis Inferno Orchestra's Tamburo Mixx
Dark Sky, Redshape - Voyages - Redshape Remix

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Dark Sky release the “Voyages” remix EP. The record comes as a two headed monster of straight 4 x 4 club music, each side rendering the UK producers’ sounds into something entirely different.

Fellow Londoner Francis Inferno Orchestra concentrates on the percussive motif of the original – perversing its rattling structure into a frisky tribal house rhythm. On the flip side Redshape delivers a killer techno reworking. His remix translates “Voyages´ central moody sci-fi theme into a powerful bassline. The move proves perfect – the fizzing bass synths drive the track into prime time material. It’s no wonder the track has already been dropped by some of the big BBC radio jocks. This is one to watch.