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Seamus Bradd I find remix albums by and large to pale in comparison to their respective originals - Not here. This feels less an album, more a manifesto for industrial music's current sound, as presented by some of the genre's current leading lights.
Although the production styles vary wildly (compare Comaduster's melancholy hi-fi futurism on Ghosts to Blush Response's brutal modular synth assault on Echogenetic), there is most definitely a unified aesthetic at play here. HIGHLY recommended. Favorite track: Ghosts - Comaduster.
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After two milestone 2013 releases, 2014 is shaping up to be nothing short of extraordinary for the Front Line Assembly camp. FLA is kicking off the year by releasing ECHOES, the follow-up to 2013's long-awaited ECHOGENETIC & critically acclaimed instrumental soundtrack for AirMech. ECHOES is a remix collection of FLA's favorite modern artists reinterpreting the band´s now classic ECHOGENETIC. Presented as both a 14-song physical album and an exclusive extended digital release, ECHOES features two new original songs, co-written by Ian Pickering of the Sneaker Pimps, alongside remixes from artists such as Comaduster, Sonic Mayhem, Youth Code, Slighter, Rhys Fulber, HECQ, Henrik Backstrom (of Necro Facility), Blush Response (Joey Blush from Scar the Martyr), Liebknecht (Daniel Meyer), Haujobb, and Techdiff.

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released May 13, 2014

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