A set i did for Best Radio 92.6 aired on 16-10-2012
NOTE: The whole set is actually a studio production.All the tracks are edited and re-arranged by Alex Dimou using loops,acapellas and vsti's.
1) Mogwai - Black Spider 2 (including new drums,synths and Trentemoller's "Moan" Acapella)
2) Aquarius Heaven - Interview (Including Trentemoller's "Moan" Acapella)
3) Tom Trago - Soon in a Cinema (Including new drums,new synths and samples from Alex Dimou's "Quiet Riot")
4) Pupkullies and Rebecca - Burning Boats (Including new drums, James Blake's "Lindisfarne i" acapella and Nicolas Jaar's "Too many kids finding rain in the dust" acapella")
5) Mirko Loko - Tahktok (Including new drums,synths, a sample from Mogwai's "I love you,i have to blow up your school" and Nicolas Jaar's "Too many kids finding rain in the dust" acapella")
6) Alex Dimou - Halemweg
7) Nicholas Phan - The Salley Gardens
8) Alex Dimou - Bundestag
9) Jay Haze - I'm riding High (re-arranged,with new synths and Massive Attack's "teardrop" acapella)
10) Catz n Dogz - Everything is sexual
11) Tokyo Black Star - Blade Dancer (Beatless version)
In the past few months,i was working on a podcast (which is about to be released) and the concept behind it, was for me to try and bring well known tracks ("commercial" if you like) to my style of music. In the process of the podcast making, this happened and since it's been a couple of years that i haven't share an edit/remix with you, i thought i should share this!
Alex Dimou makes his second appearance following his remix of Tiger Stripe’s ‘Runaways’ on Get Physical with a fantastically classic sounding EP ‘Sweet Berries’. The Greek-born producer and DJ has been making crowds move in the south scene for quite a while, now his works and influence are starting to spread north.
The title track is a smooth house number with a disco vibe. The heavy bass line drives the track home while it pulls you into the groove. The percussion, while simple, is masterfully executed here – adding to the long list of reason why you’ll be hearing this one often.
“The Pickle” feeds on the same vibe as “Sweet Berries” minus the disco-house but packs a deep and contagious bass line just as well. Just as with the title track, it’s hard to escape the tracks pull to the dance floor with its energetic-yet-mellow vibe.
Simon Baker takes ‘Sweet Berries’ and adds an elegant touch to it before throwing down a kick and a very raw-feeling percussion. He takes the bass line in a new direction, opting for a rolling, thunderous feel rather than heavy stabs.
Fur Coat takes thing even deeper with his remix, adding a distorted synth to accent the eerie tones he creates. A dark piece, which takes the original in a totally new direction.
Lastly, we’ve got a remix from new-comer Janvanvau, who takes the original and piles on even more energy, keeping the vibe while adding a tech-house touch.
This is live podcast i did for DOC TV. Everything you hear is produced by me, exclusively for this podcast. Some of my original unreleased tracks, some edits i did, an acapella version of my track "This Time" and many more.
The download option is on! I hope you enjoy it!
After a very sweet ‚"Sweet Berries EP" released earlier this year, we've called upon rising Greek star Alex Dimou to compose and mix Get Physical's ‚"Tracks Volume 6". Featuring brand-new artwork and comprised of a special 60-minute set created especially for the release -and then cut into 10 DJ-friendly tidbits-, the mix showcases Dimou's ability to go from the deepest of house to darker, dance floor-worthy tech sounds, with enough time to stop by acid and even jazzy territory. It's also the first of Get Physical's "Tracks" compilations to focus on one artist behind the mixing instead of featuring tracks by numerous up-and-comers, giving the single featured artist the chance to communicate ideas more freely through an entire mix.
And boy, has Dimou stepped up to the challenge. The Greek producer says: " Get Physical is a label I have been following since my early days. Their taste in music, their history and their attitude really made my decision to release music with them very easy. I think that the "Tracks 6" project is a great opportunity to show my perspective of music. I wanted to make a mix of cinematic elements, minimal sounds and hypnotic structure. That's why I didn't make each track separately, but instead made a 60-minute project."
From laid-back to epic, morning-epiphany material, this is one musical search that leaves no stone unturned. Perfect to press play and forget about.