Out today! ‘The future is not what it used to be’ by OptiMace with remixes by Big Mister Doom, Illy Symphony and KRSUR. Limited edition, currently only available on vinyl

After this year’s ‘Used Future’ (FR2011-02) and ‘This music is not music’ (on Kitchen Dip Recordings) producers-duo OptiMace releases today the first 7-inch in the series ‘The future is not what it used to be’. DJ’s Mace and Optimus invited a whole division of artists to remix tracks of their debut EP ‘Used Future’. Big Mister Doom, Illy Symphony and KRSUR appear on the first 7-inch.

Leeds-based duo Big Mister Doom (UK) kick off the 7-inch and take the song ‘From Lizzie with Love’ to a whole new level and delivers a hot-blooded, downtempo, electronic song. On the B-side, KRSUR (NL) injects ‘Little Nemo in Slumberland’ with offbeat drums and his trademark-synths, luminous as always. New-kid-on-the-block Illy Symphony (NL) brings the single to a closure and enriches ‘The ultimate rhythm machine’ with heavy hiphopbeats, vocalshreds and sawing synths. Currently only available on vinyl! Very limited pressing (150 copies). Upcoming 7-inches include remixes by Deformer, Moods, iET & DJ Optimus, Fremdkunst and DJ Devastate.

On Fremdblend 3.0 these 3 tracks can be found: listen on mixcloud and/or soundcloud.

Listen to KRSUR’s remix right here!

This is Big Mister Doom’s remix!

And this is Illy Symphony’s remix!



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