On Brisbane, Australia based musician Andrew Tuttle's latest EP Brisbane, Rezoned, six producers and performers take on the task of creative de-construction and re-construction. Using the source material of Tuttle's track Brisbane, from his 2013 EP release 4064, the project collaborators each found innovative and engaging means of re-interpreting the original work (included as the opening track on the EP).
Brisbane, Rezoned covers a broad sonic spectrum, re-inventing Tuttle's frenetic banjo and synthesis vision of Brisbane. These Guy's remix envisions the original through a crowded electronic lens - pop form, beats, vocals and all; whereas Heinz Riegler's 'Nervous' remix hints at the eerie quiet of a late night walk or peak hour drive in the inner suburbs. Pale Earth's Brisbane is of a processed, claustrophobic and dystopian future that nonetheless has a beautiful sub-tropical core; which serves as a perfect counter-point to Bong YZA's sample-happy and languid contribution, summarising the hopes, dreams and tension of a city conversing in back porches and beer gardens. PAWRLSOL concludes the EP with with a haunting and slow-burning contribution melding digital detritus and synthesis.
As a happy coincidence, each artist on this EP to an extent shares a common geographical thread, having lived in (and just as often out of) Brisbane at one point or another.
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