Eccodek / Remixtasy
Album: Remixtasy   Collection:World
Artist:Eccodek   Added:Oct 2011

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-11-06 Pull Date: 2012-01-08 Charts: Reggae/World
Week Ending: Jan 8 Jan 1 Dec 25 Dec 18 Dec 11 Dec 4 Nov 27 Nov 20
Airplays: 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 08, 2012: New World Disorder
Silent Song (Tarun Nayar Mix)
4. Dec 29, 2011: New World Disorder
Words With The Griot (Syriana Mix)
2. Jan 07, 2012: Music Casserole
Calling The Rain (Eccodek Afrodisiac Mix)
5. Dec 21, 2011: New World Disorder
Calling The Rain (Eccodek Afrodisiac Mix)
3. Dec 31, 2011: Music Casserole
Red White And Mali (Adham Shaikh Wobble Tip Mix)
6. Dec 17, 2011: New World Disorder
Calling The Rain (Eccodek Afrodisiac Mix)

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2011-11-02
Eccodek – Remixtasy
Reviewed by Sadie O., 11/2/11
Global trance-funk remixes from Eccodek’s previous albums (all in our collection) – mostly with African vocals/rhythms/influences, but also some Middle Eastern and South Asian – and lots of electronica.
1. 5:55 **pretty, trance-y chimes, slow and very mellow. Gets a nice beat that builds and retreats, but still rather devotional and spacey. Lovely, Arabesque female vocals.
2. 4:46 ****electronic woobles and echoes, funky upbeat Afro-Latin riddim, danceable and highly electronified. Great bass and keyboard grunts.
3. 5:02 **relaxed keyboard chords and echoes, dischordant electronic whistles and boobles. Gets a funky midtempo Afro-funk beat after 40 seconds. Smooth jazz sax (that actually isn’t annoying, somehow.)
4. 5:02 ****bongos! And plinky stringed instruments. Upbeat and a bit uptempo Malian chanting, complex hand drumming, with electronic gronches in the background. Gets gronchier as it goes along.
5. 5:40 ***sitar drone, echo-laden female vocals, violins, trance-y as heck. Slow but funky beat comes in a minute along, bass a few seconds later. Trance-dance – Shivatastic!
6. 6:04 ***slow, low chimes, flutes – you are getting very, very sleepy… Almost a minute along, butterflies and forms of life appear. Hey! It’s a funky bass line, echo-laden African chanting, then uptempo Macossa groove. Didn’t see that coming!
7. 5:08 ****slow, slinky, echo-y, dubsteppy, minimalist but with a nice dub-Reggae beat, bits of low vocals. Trippy.
8. 7:04 *****talking drums with echo – what a cool sound! Then big cinematic (if you’re in Bollywood) chords. Slinky dub Afro/Reggae riddim. Bit of spaghetti western sound, African vocals, harp. Relaxed as hell, but quite amazing.
9. 5:09 **fade in sitar drone and electronics, uptempo funky percussion but relaxed chimes and harp groove. Female Arabesque vocals. Pretty trance-y.
10. 4:50 ****chimes and growing weebles. A minute along, a slow, blatty shuffle with raindrops and pretty south Asian female vocals. Poits! Almost transcendental, apart from the Atari game noises…
11. 4:18 ***upbeat funky percussion, echo-laden South Asian male vocals, lots of interesting sounds, pretty much all with echo or buzz.
12. 4:11 *****uptempo percussion and sirens, complex Afro-funk beat, squirly flutes, adds elements and energy. Fun!
13. 3:51 **tones and thumps, dischordant bits, strangeness and charm. Glitchy bit of beat comes in only after well over a minute. Not at all undisturbing. Did I mention the insects?
14. 4:43 **more insects with echoes and bongos. Metal noises, too fast bits of club beat, woobles… Definitely disturbing.

Track Listing
1. Behind The Mask (Jef Stott Embarka Mix)   8. Words With The Griot (Syriana Mix)
2. Calling The Rain (Eccodek Afrodisiac Mix)   9. Voices Have Eyes (Dubmatix Cinematic Dub Mix)
3. Bodhichitta Dub (Nate Wize Super Moon Mix)   10. Silent Song (Tarun Nayar Mix)
4. Red White And Mali (Adham Shaikh Wobble Tip Mix)   11. Red White And Mali (Rise Ashen Mix)
5. Silent Song (Earthrise Soundsystem Mix)   12. Fan The Flames Dub (Transglobal Underground Mix)
6. In This Drum A Secret (Four80east Sunshine Mix)   13. Spacehall Dub (Deliveryboy Jet West Mix)
7. Bizuru Dub (Eccodek Stepper's Dub Mix)   14. Weightless Place (Sharmaji Remix)