Mater Suspiria Vision - Antropophagus (The Giallo Disco Remixes)
Witch House, Industrial The ever experimental and witch house master Mater Suspiria Vision has teamed up with Giallo Disco Records to deliver us a five track remix collection based on tracks from the musicians most recent album "Antropophagus". Five tracks are remixed by Xander Harris, Parasols, Antoni Maiovvi, Vercetti Technicolor, and an in-house mix is included by MSV. 

Parasols remix of 'Book of Eibon' is a bouncy, house oriented beat with genuinie lo-fi beats protruding in the background. An eerie synth comes across every once in a while, and runs chills and spills all over the place. Vercetti Technicolor mixes in italo-disco with MSV's beats with his take on 'Absurd'. Arguably, it's the best remix on the release. Xander Harris follows up with a remix of 'Die 7 Des Schreckens'. What follows is a smooth EBM beat with charming notes chiming in the background. Antoni Maiovvi's 'Voices' mixes synthwave-esque rhythms with witchy spooks in his 'Voices' remix. Lastly, MSV's in house remix is as smooth and lo-fi as ever; this first generation witch house producer still has not lost his touch, and I don't think he ever will. 

If you're looking for an extension to MSV's already celebrated "Antropophagus", you don't really need to look any further than these remixes brought to you by the Giallo Disco crew. They're fun, funky, and well produced. 
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Mater Suspiria Vision - Antropophagus (The Giallo Disco Remixes)

The ever experimental and witch house master Mater Suspiria Vision has teamed up with Giallo Disco Records to deliver us a five track remix collection based on tracks from the musicians most recent album "Antropophagus". Five tracks are remixed by Xander Harris, Parasols, Antoni Maiovvi, Vercetti Technicolor, and an in-house mix is included by MSV. 

Parasols remix of 'Book of Eibon' is a bouncy, house oriented beat with genuinie lo-fi beats protruding in the background. An eerie synth comes across every once in a while, and runs chills and spills all over the place. Vercetti Technicolor mixes in italo-disco with MSV's beats with his take on 'Absurd'. Arguably, it's the best remix on the release. Xander Harris follows up with a remix of 'Die 7 Des Schreckens'. What follows is a smooth EBM beat with charming notes chiming in the background. Antoni Maiovvi's 'Voices' mixes synthwave-esque rhythms with witchy spooks in his 'Voices' remix. Lastly, MSV's in house remix is as smooth and lo-fi as ever; this first generation witch house producer still has not lost his touch, and I don't think he ever will. 

If you're looking for an extension to MSV's already celebrated "Antropophagus", you don't really need to look any further than these remixes brought to you by the Giallo Disco crew. They're fun, funky, and well produced. 
Dec 05 2015

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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