Mr.C’s latest single, Ripple Effect, gets the rework treatment from three of electronic music’s hottest properties. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight takes in the nuances of each remix.
Yesterday, The Waveform Transmitter‘s favourite ‘Los-Anglian‘ (we just made that one up, feel free to use it) Mr.C releases the second single from his Incidents album, which he dropped on the ears of his loyal fan base in June this year.
Ripple Effect comes in the form of three remixes on physical formats and four if you are a digital hoarder. The first remix comes courtesy of M_nus‘s very own Mark Houle, who cranks the original up a notch for some peak time electro fodder. The acid bassline remains the mainstay of the track, which Houle artfully crafts his own interpretation around.
The second of the remixes is offered up by Superfreq label mate, Noel Jackson, who pips Houle to the post in terms of the BPM, as he tears the original track down, only to rebuild it as a faster-paced techno workout, reminiscent of the Detroit sound we all know and love.
French producer, Chloé (who herself has an album due for release in the latter half of October) takes things right down to the depths of the techno sound, with a moody take on Mr.C‘s original. She adds a touch of the avant garde to the track, which would suit any sweated out dance floor no end.
The digital only remix, courtesy of Noel Jackson, finds the tempo dropping to 108bpm, which gives the track an old-school electro feel.
Mr.C‘s Ripple Effect is available now from all good retailers.