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Album · 2014 · 2 Songs. One Touch (Taken from Minimal Nation). Released: 31 Mar 2014.
Robert Hood is a living legend. One of the cornerstones of the genre. But you already knew that. If you by some chance didn't, just dig a little through his catalog and you'll get with the program pretty soon. Now, that said, remixing a goliath like him is a tough task for anyone, even for UK techno stalwart Mark Broom. The trampling bass line on One Touch will command the most demanding dance podiums, while the loopy bits will slap plenty smiles on people's faces during the wisely inserted breaks. Ace material right here. Very often producers just put out hastily pieced together, if not dreadful versions of beloved classics. In my opinion, some things should just be left alone.
To make the assignment even more difficult, for his remixing duties, he really took on two timeless classics: One Touch, one of the fines cuts on Rob Hood's genre defining album "Minimal Nation", and Untitled 1 track from the legendary "Moveable Parts Chapter 1" which is, in my book, unqestionably among the top 5 Rob Hood EPs. Sounds a little like a suicide mission then touching these tracks, eh? So, taking into consideration the above, does Mark Broom deliver? Oh yes he does, and with a bang.