Tandava Remixed sees D.J. MacIntyre's debut LP put in the hands of burgeoning producer talent and the result is a cornucopia of excellent and intriguing dance music. With tracks covering a range of emotional landscapes and musical styles, the compilation expands on the eclecticism of the original, and offers unexpected delights.
Freakybro takes us down an intricate progressive path with his sublime remix of Toreador.
Peitzke gets right to the point in his joyful distillation of Phoenix Rising.
Forward offers a playful, pulsing, techy rendition of 50 Miles High.
J. Kush brings us back to the good days of classic house on Bluesy.
Arnold & Lane get the speakers rattling with their booty shakin' take on Way Down South.
Archive95 keeps the bass rolling with his wompy, broken beat remix of The Orphans of Jaggawatt.
Dysco leads us into the dark with his brooding progressive version of Toreador.
We find ourselves deep in the middle of the night when Forward dishes up a slice of sinister on Mimic.
Quilici's version of Mimic is in no hurry as we fall into its hypnotic techno depths.
We pick up the tempo and push on with Michael St. Patrick's thundering 50 Miles High.
At the end of our journey, we enter the psychedelic world of The Navigator who twists us around and lets us spin until we come to a stop.