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Following in the footsteps of Truncate and Yaleesa Hall, George Fitzgerald has remixed Kamera's "Consignia." Released this past week on Phantasy Sound, the original track begs for Fitzgerald's brilliant brand of technological theatrics. The long sweeping movements that enjoy magnificent momentum shifts and resplendent, ringing tones, colour "Consignia" all kinds of industrialized awesome. The key to the quality of Fitzgerald's production is the slow burning, suspense ridden and bubbling build that culminates in a no nonsense, combination of all elements. When each sounds plays its role, perfectly falling into unison, you've got yourself a gold-star, George Fitzgerald production.
For eight British pound, you can have both the vinyl and digital copies of this mix as well as Throwing Snow's version of "Ventoux," both from the Phantasy Sound store, here.