Daniel Hope - Max Richter: Berlin By Overnight


Deutsche Grammophon



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"Staying true to the bellowing suspense found on the mere 90 seconds of the original track, the energetic Efdemin remix expands over the course of seven minutes into rather wild, though still elegantly mild, extravaganza . . . Lorna Dune's remix on Side B goes very deep, but always sticks to the lead provided by Daniel Hope's violin playing. ... the Tom Adams remix sums up the beauty of the original whilst adding an exquisite variation plus a bit of bombast . . ." — Maarten Schiethart, Pennyblackmusic.co.uk, December 2014

To coincide with Max Richter's Royal Albert Hall debut in October 2014, where he joined forces with Daniel Hope in one of the rare live occasions that sees them together on stage, DG releases a new, eclectic remix EP. Berlin By Overnight by Max Richter is taken from Daniel Hope's latest album Spheres (2013) and is now presented on vinyl together with four remixes by internationally acclaimed remixers, who were carefully selected and picked up on the nocturnal, minimal and repetitive atmosphere.

The international line up of remixers includes Efdemin: A dark sounding producer from Berlin, known for his minimalist musical approach, who regularly performs at clubs such as the Berlin Panorama Bar (Berghain).

CFCF: A renowned Canadian electronic artists whose music alternates between the spaces of dance, ambient, pop and neo-classical who has already remixed the music of artists such as Crystal Castles.

Lorna Dune: One of the most versatile keyboardists and producers currently working in New York, with a background in classical, experimental, electronic, and pop. Known for the creation and performance of new and experimental music.

Tom Adams: A multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and songwriter based in Cambridge, who has recently scored the music for the Universal Picture film "The Knife That Killed Me" while doing remixes for artists such as Nils Frahm.


Side 1
Version For Violin and Double Bass
CFCF Remix
Efdemin Remix

Side 2
Lorna Dune Remix
Tom Adams Remix

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