We kick off a busy week of premiers with remix from seminal techno & house producer Dan Curtin, as he remixes Dublin based ZOiD, who has been carving a carving a genre bending sound through electronic and jazz experiments.
Metamorphic Recordings has established itself as a household name in the worlds of discriminating house and low-end oriented techno, and the label’s 39th release is proof that they aren’t slowing down.
ZOiD, a Dublin-based electronic and jazz musician, is the artist of choice here, exhibiting his genre-bending style with two sleek and imaginative pieces that serve as the narrative for the ‘Dexaphonic EP.’ The originals are in good company, as game pioneer John Tejada contributes a remix on the A side, while label founder Dan Curtin contributes a remix on the B side.
ZOiD has carved a slice of Irish dance music history for himself as joins Metamorphic Recordings, his record lyes aside dance music royalty including; Terrence Parker, HMC, Juan Atkins, Ian Pooley, Claude Young, Mark Broom, Blake Bakter, Neil Landstrumm & many more.
ZOiD’s debut on the influential imprint spans through glistening Chicago influenced house right through to wonky Bleep techno from Leeds, but on this occasion the machines are chiming from the Emerald Isle as ZOiD releases arguably his most accomplished work to date.
Dan Curtin’s remix of 9713Poochy breathes an alternative lease of life into the original with his unconventional sound. The crisp broken drums create an irresistible groove, allowing the ethereal textures to work their magic. This is classic stuff from one of the greatest.