The latest addition to the Dim Mak squad, Russian techno producer Proxy, receives the remix treatment from Marseille on his break-out track “Audio 15.” Released for free, the remix starts out much the same way that the original does — with the ominous ticking of a grandfather clock — before substituting the original’s deep industrial roots with an electro-house influenced rhythm section. Dark and brooding, with a synth signature that is eerily reminiscent of the sounds we’ve heard coming from the French techno of Brodinski and Gesaffeltstein, Marseille’s remix manages to influence the track while leaving it easily recognizable. In doing so he creates a remix that augments the original instead of severely altering it.
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