Spyra – ADSR remixed


Released: 2010 By Victor J. Rek

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  1. ADSR (A Remix | 133 BPM) [6:47]
  2. ADSR (D Steve Baltes Remix | 132 BPM) [7:18]
  3. ADSR (S 136 Remix | 136 BPM) [7:23]
  4. ADSR (R Dub-Mix | 95 BPM) [4:06]

4 tracks. One remixed by Steve Baltes

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Weight 50 g

CD Single


Jewel Case

2 reviews for Spyra – ADSR remixed

  1. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

    This release from 2010 offers 25 minutes of bouncy techno music.There are four remixes contained on this EP. Three are crafted by Wolfram Spyra (the composer), one by Steve Baltes (a longtime collaborator with Manuel Gttsching and Harold Grosskopf).

    The basic track is a bouncy outing that blends dance motifs with contemporary EM. The melody is energetic and attractive, and the remixes put this template through engaging variations.The electronics are sinuous and crisp, blending spacy stylings with a techno delivery that results in a high satisfaction quotient. Nimble-fingered keyboards generate a central thread that strives to match the hyperactivity of the beats.Synthetic rhythms are given natural touches. The tempos chug along with carefree abandon. There are several beat explosions to astound the listener.
    The BPMs (beats per minute) clock in between 132 and 136 for maximum animation, with the last remix taking a slightly more relaxed pace of 95 BPM.Each take on the basic theme is rich with individual character.
    The Baltes remix injects a gritty demeanor with surging pulsations and blooping punctuations. The song’s sense of whimsy is enhanced and put through slushy calisthenics that are quite delightful.

    2010. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

  2. Sylvain Lupari / Guts Of Darkness

    Versatile, Spyra is! The German synthesist can make as well vaporous Berlin School as ambient music, while passing by electro and Techno. ADSR Remixed is the edifying proof. This Maxi single of 25 minutes presents 4 remixes of ADSR. And these 4 versions are pure Techno to make your walls shake and to scrape clean your dance floors.

    The first version is closer of the current EM with a beautiful line of nervous bass which trembles as a sequence in the syncopated jerks under beautiful captivating lines of synth and singings of fanciful birds. A Mellotron to waltzing strata wrap this movement which bursts of heavy deafening percussions, before quivering on a Kraftwerk beat. A world of diversified rhythms which pulse with minimalism on hybrid tones percussions, A Remix travel on castanets percussions, some heavy percussion with noises of glasses which resound in a hollow of bottle. Inspired and inspiring, Spyra really pass the fidgets on a title which will not stop exploding, as on the version of Steve Baltes which is pure Techno that kicks down on stormy tams-tams and beautiful wave-like lines of synth.
    Great dance-floor at its best, with all the arrangements and orchestrations we can dream about. The S 136 Remix is as much vitriolic, even if surrounded of great waltzing Mellotron. A version which is a beautiful meshing of the first 2 ones.
    More suave and languishing, R Dub Mix is soft and enjoys good percussions, shaping a very aphrodisiac down-tempo style.

    ADSR Remixed shows the Techno side of Spyra. A Spyra which embraces all the facets of an explosive EM and which is only available in 500 copies. Thus, not to miss!
    Because even if we swear only by Berlin School, ADSR Remixed has all the ingredients to pull us in the links of its explosive rhythms.

    2010. Sylvain Lupari / Guts Of Darkness

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