trinity & betond

Jamie Stevens and Ina Becker provide the second offering of remixes for Trinity & Beyond’s ‘Blinded By 1000 Points of Light’ LP.

trinity & betond

Two weeks ago saw the first installment of remixes for Trinity & Beyond’s ‘Blinded By 1000 Points of Light’ LP. Estroe and Teho marvellously reinvented ‘The 11th Hour’ and ‘Rotating Matter’ respectively. Cinematique now returns for their 60th overall release and the second remix offering from the aforementioned album.

First up Australian producer Jamie Stevens makes his Cinematique debut and provides a brand new interpretation for ‘Drifting Moments’. Being one of the LPs most floor friendly cuts, it’s grinding hypnotic nature seems ideal for Jamie to work with. The results are quite spectacular in fact and further accentuate the piece for a main room slot. Waves of warm synths, metallic coated keys and menacing bass stabs all combine for immense sonic depth while an escalating tension is sure to keep things peaking on the dance floor. Another on the money remix from Jamie Stevens who can do no wrong at the moment. Don’t miss this.

The second and final remix on the release comes from Ina Becker. The Berlin based producer has been one of Cinematique’s primary artists as she has appeared on the label five times now and has also remixed Trinity & Beyond once previously. Here she reworks ‘Coming Home’ which is certainly a daunting task. Being the LPs opening and perhaps most exquisite piece Ina has stayed true to the main themes of the original all while adding a contemporary electronica foundation. The spacious groove has a wonderfully lazy swing about it and it plays off the wonky hypnotic lines quite nicely. The moments of sheer beauty are plentiful as well with the re-entry following the main break being perhaps the most goose bump inducing. Fabulous stuff from Ina which rounds out another strong release on Cinematique, here’s hoping we hear more from her soon.

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