Quotes: beanfield and innocent mixes sound really gr8,,,very modern and effective vocal stuf. Charles Webster / I see a different you-Beanfield mix- smooth… I see a different you- Innocent Sorceres mix- Like the mix best! Killer click and resonanced bass on beggining, then deep tech arrange…sure all people like this sounds now. Massive! Come to Me-Aliff Tree mix- This is far from original, but That tune is post electro and Fat! Akihiro Yamamoto / these are great remixes…all on top form! beanfield one is absolute killer, although all very high standard Patrick Farrell / very nice record. deep, warm remixes by beanfield and innocent sorcerers. Steffen Bennemann
Info: Koop’s new album „Koop Islands“ made a kick start in the swedish album sale charts straight to 11 while the charming video of their first single „Come To Me“ made it into heavy rotation on MTV in Sweden and Italy. And after their recent live tour you could easily recognize lots of content people in the streets smiling bright and swinging to the exotic jazz grooves and the sweet voice of the Yukimi Nagano still echoing in their heads. The Swedish Remix EP caused a lot of echos too. Massive feedback from all around the world to the reworks of Markus Enochson and Hird made it obvious: the people want MORE! So here we go: with their interpretation of „I See A Different You“ Jan Krause and Michael Mettke, better known as Beanfield, give us an other fine example of their definition of soulful electronics which will keep the dancefloor packed! On the B side we see a different remix (harhar) of the same song, this time rearranged by the promising production duo Innocent Sorcerers out of Warsaw, making a name for themselves with their releases on Raw Fusion. Attention: The Innocent Sorcerers Remix of „I See A Different You“ is nominated the best track at Gilles Petersons 2006 awards. Please feel free to vote for Koop and Compost at: www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/gillespeterson/allwinners2006.shtml The final cut is Alif Tree’s Shakin The Angels Remix of “Come To Me” and everyone who is expecting abstract jazzy beats like on his album “French Cuisin” is off the beaten track. Le chef du cuisine is cooking up Koop techno styleee as he did previously for his also well appreciated Felix Laband mix.