|1.||"Cachito Turulo" (original mix)|
|2.||"Cachito Turulo" (Marc Pinol remix)|
|1.||"Cachito Turulo" (Heinrich Mueller remix)|
|2.||"Cachito Turulo" (Legowelt remix)|
Comprised of Roberto Lobo and Ernesto Avelino, Spanish duo Fasenuova has been releasing CD-R and cassettes of what the duo call "battered free-noise" under the name since 2006, including an album titled A La Quinta Hoguera. Longstanding fans of the duo, Hivern Discs have elected to release a 12? vinyl release to 'Cachito Turulo' from that album together with a surprising set of remixes. Keeping in the spirit of the original track's No Wave vocals and motorik rhythms, Marc Pinol takes the track into darkly acidic territory, with a chugging remix whose creeping 303 wraps itself around nightmarish vocals. On the flip, Drexciya's Heinrich Mueller places the original's vocals within a crisp electro landscape as stark as anything he's put his name to before, but it's Legowelt's remix that hits all the right buttons, placing mad bleeps and dystopian chords over a rolling bassline that acts as the perfect foil to the ridiculously delayed vocals.
Tell us what you think in the Facebook comments box below: