Martin Buttrich ‘Full Clip’ - REMIXES
Kirk Degiorgio remix
Vinyl / Digital - released April 12
In 2011 Carl Craig’s Planet-E imprint turns 20. To celebrate, as well as a world-wide label tour starting in March 2011, Craig is releasing a retrospective Planet-E compilation - entitled ‘20 F@#&ING Years - We Ain't Dead Yet’ (released digitally February 22nd / vinyl in June), and releasing a monthly remix release from the Planet-E back catalogue, where friends of the label choose their favourite Planet-E release and add their take on it.
The second in the series - following from Luciano’s remix of Recloose’s ‘Can’t Take it’ - comes Kirk Degiorgio’s remix of Martin Buttrich’s ‘Full Clip’.
"It was an honour to be involved in Planet E's 20th Anniversary remix project as it's always been one of my favourite labels, run of course by one of my very favourite friends! The very first Planet E release by 69 blew me away back in 91 - and it was a dream come true when Carl signed my Future/Past track for the labels second release a few months later.
There are many classic tracks on the label, but choosing to remix Full Clip was a no-brainer for me. It was a high-risk strategy as it's one of the labels anthems, well-known and loved by thousands worldwide. But I knew it has the building blocks and potential to go in other directions with my personal touch applied. It's both a classic and futuristic production - and I was very grateful to get the chance to remix it." - Kirk Degiorgio
Remixes from artists including Ricardo Villalobos, Dubfire, Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Kyle Hall, Agoria, Mad Mike Banks, Dennis Ferrer and others will follow in 2011.
The May release will be” Next release in the remix series will be Tribe - ‘Where Am I ‘Remixes featuring Agoria and Kyle Hall.
One of the leading electronic music labels in the history of the genre, Planet-E, is taking a moment to celebrate and share a bit of its history, before getting back to the business of looking forward.
For full details of the Carl Craig / Planet E tour and Planet E release news in 2011 go to www.carlcraig.net * If you sign up to the mailing list you get a free Carl Craig download.