12 January 2010
|24 Hours (Original Mix)||Mat Zo||134||A major||7:53|
|24 Hours (Oliver Smith Remix)||Mat Zo||134||A minor||8:06|
|24 Hours (Rank 1 Remix)||Mat Zo||132||G# minor||7:26|
24 Hours (Original Mix)
He never stopped- 24H means attention paid in blood to every second, as usual for Zohar. Every snippet & effect is melodic tourism. The Board is the tune, a jittering manowar once again eclecticising Anjunabeats, exorcising monotony, interfusing interfusion. Highs & lows fly & go swiftly, flanked by ancillary keys. It's day & night simultaneously.
24 Hours (Oliver Smith Remix)
To take on the eclipse, Smith glazed the OM with his most discarnate luciferity: volating & voluting rays, abirritating flexure of light; making a difference, though not a material one. Smith did it best in the postlude, where the background plays alongside a new chromophony. There's the body.
24 Hours (Rank 1 Remix)
A few months later, these Dutchmen also dispensed with the sinuousness, & in another resplendent style, translated 24H into a dourer affair. Still fresh; not exaltable.