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Ricardo Villalobos, Gerd Janson and more remix Prins Thomas’ ‘Principe Del Norte’

The ambient material is reimagined by the industry's leading producers

  • Harrison Williams
  • 8 September 2016

Prins Thomas has announced ‘Principe Del Norte Remixed’, a two-disc remix package for his 2016 album released by Smalltown Supersound.

The original material consists of ambient works by Thomas, who cites influences of '90s ambient artists that had an impact on the development of his sound. Now the music is given new life in the form of a remix album that features some of the industry’s most creative producers.

After being roughly un-remixed throughout his career, Thomas decided to carefully curate the forthcoming album by selecting a broad spectrum of producers to lend their talents for new interpretations. Each artist is someone he personally admires and, as Thomas states, they “contribute with a vivid imagination and a wider range of sounds”.

Thomas goes on to describe how excited he is about the new collection of tracks: “I'm super psyched about presenting these versions to you; they’re melodies and bits from my own mind taken in new directions by a talented bunch of producers”.

The forthcoming remix album features two remixes by Ricardo Villalobos along with variations by Hieroglyphic Being, Gerd Janson, Young Marco, The Orb and I:Cube among others. Look for the album to be released October 14 via Smalltown Supersound.

Listen to Gerd Janson’s remix of ‘A1’ and view the tracklist below.

Disc 1:
1. H (The Orb Orbient Mix)
2. B (Sun Araw Saddle Soap Remix)
3. D (Dungen Version)
4. J (Original Version)
5. C (I:Cube Remix)
6. D (Hieroglyphic Being Remix)
7. C (Young Marco Remix)

Disc 2:
1. I (Original Version)
2. A1 (Gerd Janson Prinspersonation Mix)
3. C (Ricardo Villalobos King Crab Remix)
4. C (Ricardo Villalobos Knödel Prince Dub)
5. H (The Orb Heaven Or Hell Remix)
6. K (Original Version)
7. C (Prins Thomas Quickmix)
8. D (Hieroglyphic Being Beat Rework)

Harrison is Mixmag's East Coast Editor. Follow him on Twitter here

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