TRASH MENAGERIE » Brighton’s Geometri present a double mix series and Evil Nine remix

Friday, July 31, 2009

Brighton’s Geometri present a double mix series and Evil Nine remix

A few months ago, I went with the Fusion photographer, who wanted to get some informal shots of two DJs and producers living in Brighton – Jean Marc and Ben, otherwise known as JFB  (Battlejam) and one half of electro/breaks producers Geometri. JFB is legendary in Brighton and an old friend, but it was the first time I’d met Ben, who only came into the scene recently, in 2007, producing with old friend Carlos Gonzalez, choosing the name Geometri in homage to their shared love of mathmatics (a bit of a running theme).

Inspired by the French sound that was all the rave back then and nudged by Brighton breaks labels, the pair began to slowly work on a series of tracks and remixes, with the angle that they didn’t want to push out work just for the sake of garnering attention vis a vis insta-blog hit, but actually wanted to get it right the first time. The idea is to develop an album worth of tracks, which they would never perform live. It’s been a few years, but the approach is admirable in a time where so many throw-away remixes are launched into the blogosphere.

It’s fair to say their time has come. Geometri’s first single  ’19.5º’ was released on 989 Records on 7 July 2009. people are lining up for their other singles like flies to honey.

’25th Century Disco Dirt’, was recently featured on ‘Digital Northerner 4′ on Fat Northerner Records, and ‘Cydonia Rocks’ has just been picked up for a US mix series on Lyon Records. Even more thrillingly, Geometri’s remix of  FutureFlash’s ‘Summer Love’ has been released on Beatport label Grooved Music.

The boys were featured in Brighton’s premiere listings mag Brighton Source, with a download link to their popular tun ‘Airwolf’, which is clever reworking of the  classic 80’s TV series theme tune.

For your delection, Geometri are featuring their officially Evil Nine sanctioned remix of “Set It Off”, plus a double summer mix Euclidean and Fibonacci, described as a before and after party set. Perfect for summer parties, Pimms, and a nice game of rounders.  Enjoy !


Evil Nine – Set It Off – Geometri remix


Geometri -Fibonacci Mix


Geometri – Euclidean Mix

Fibonacci Mix Tracklisting:

01. Fischerspooner – “Supply & Demand”
02. The Outrunners – “Cool Feeling” (Anoraak RMX)
03. CSS – “Move” (Cut Copy RMX) EDIT
04. Alex Gopher – “Aurora” (Riot in Belgium & Knightlife RMX)
05. Kaiser Chiefs – “Never Miss a Beat” (Cut Copy RMX)
06. Autokratz – “Stay The Same” (Alex Metric RMX)
07. Cobra Dukes – “Leave the Light On” (The Twelves RMX)
08. GRUM – “Runaway”
09. Steige – “Cytise” (Geometri RMX)
10. Evil Nine – “Icicles” (Evil Nine’s Graveyard Smash) EDIT
11. La Roux – “Quicksand” (Beni RMX)
12. Beni – “My Love Sees You” (Coco Walsh & Etienne De Crecy RMX)
13. Evil Nine – “The Night”
14. Freeland – “Mancry”

Euclidean Mix tracklisting:

01. Evil Nine – “Set it OFF” (Geometri RMX)
02. Gooseflesh – “Blow Up” EDIT
03. Alex Metric – “Caller”
04. GRUM – “Woah” (Geometri RMX)
05. Just A Band – “Girls Get Down”
06. UNKLE – “Restless” (Fake Blood RMX)
07. Duotone – “You Better Dance” (Dub) EDIT
08. Shameboy – “Rechoque” (Alex Gopher RMX) EDIT
09. Come Klar – “Mostro 2″
10. Alex Metric – “Shirley You Can’t Be Serious”
11. Make The Girl Dance – “Baby Baby Baby (No Kiss With Gloss RMX)
12. Freeland – “Under Control” (Alex Metric RMX) EDIT
13. Freeland – “Under Control” (Evil Nine’s Graveyard Smash)
14. Freeland – “We Want Your Soul” (Geometri RMX)
15. Geometri – “Airwolf”

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posted by Amy Riley at 1:04 pm  

4 Comments »

  1. SICK remix!!!!!!!!!!

    Geometri ROCK :D

    Comment by spaceman — August 3, 2009 @ 9:45 am

  2. Yeah I agree!!

    Comment by Amy Riley — August 6, 2009 @ 9:12 am

  3. Grrrrreat stuff! Geometri every day keeps the sadness away!

    Comment by Fildo Bobbins — August 11, 2009 @ 12:36 pm

  4. AWESOME MIXES!!!! Can’t stop listening to these !!!!

    Comment by Lebrosk — September 30, 2009 @ 9:35 am

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