Les Seigneurs (Wild 005)

by Catalepsia

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  • Catalepsia - Les Seigneurs EP. 10" vinyl (Limited Pressing)
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    Days of Being Wild 5th release marks a return to dark, brooding techno.

    A Side: Catalepsia: Les Seigneurs (Original Mix)

    B Side: Catalepsia (Naum Gabo Remix)

    This cut by DOBW's co-funder Jerome "Catalepsia" Bazzanella, is a straight and heavy on the floor slice of futuristic techno, constructed around a cyclic discoid baseline. As distressing sci-fi effects collides and crash into each other, a dehumanized vocoded voice enunciates random numbers. Scary.

    On the B-side, we find a remix by mighty scottish duo James Savage and Jonnie Wilkes known as Naum Gabo.

    Naum Gabo's varied palette of sounds - noir-ish hybrids of seminal underground house, muscular arrpegiated italo, dubby cosmic atmospherics, jagged percussion of new-wave discotheque, analogue synthesized funk - has been distinguished by releases on Kompakt, Cross Town Rebels, Eskimo Recordings and Endless Flight, releases with which the duo have built a reputation as purveyors of the high quality electronic music and production.

    For their remix of "Les Seigneurs" by Catalepsia, Naum Gabo have completely re-built the electronic rhythm and brought it fully into the forefront, creating a solid bass spine for the track, layering jacking hi-hats and hand claps. Naum Gabo retain the originals spectral, fluttering keyboard signatures, re-calibrating the atmospherics into a muscular slice of a soundtrack perfect for any dark-room rave.


    Supported by the godfather's of the electronic British scene, Andrew Weatherhall.

    Selected feedbacks:

    Ivan Smagghe (Kill The DJ): Best record of the week.

    Matt Walsh (Turbo / Bugged Out): Yes.Best promo this week.

    Cosmo Vitelli (I'm a cliché): Both versions are made for me.

    Photonz (One Eyed Jacks):Both mixes are great. What a MONSTER.

    Bogy Riotous (Bugged Out):Big and Jacking. Warehouse damage.

    Tedd Paterson (Cielo)The original mix is perfecto.

    Lee Douglas: Very nice 5/5.

    Len Faki (Berghain):DOPE. Both versions. Full support.

    M50:Congratulations! Dark industrial gear on the original, Quite twisted remix too. Great!

    Mike Textbeak: Oh jeez!! The Naum Gabo remix has so much space to the drums and the bass rumbles in the guts...very nice!!!!

    Kone- R: Love this... dark and slow but the bassline is pure funk! I'll give it full support on radio and in club....

    Morpheus: ad and bad just like i dig! with the wicked naum gabo rmx doing the most damage! will play out.

    Mousse T: Groovy Little Monster.

    Eric Duncan: Yeah Naum Gabo

    Nikola Baytala: perfect track for BIONIC tottaly the vibe we are going for very acid and Psychedelic.

    Hugo Capablanca: Naum Gabo mix is amazing as usual!

    Felix Feygin: the Gabo remix is super trippy.. i love it

    Jenifer Cardini: Love the Naum Gabo remix !

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Days of Being Wild 5th release marks a return to dark, brooding techno.

A Side: Catalepsia: Les Seigneurs (Original Mix)

B Side: Catalepsia (Naum Gabo Remix)

This cut by DOBW's co-funder Jerome "Catalepsia" Bazzanella, is a straight and heavy on the floor slice of futuristic techno, constructed around a cyclic discoid baseline. As distressing sci-fi effects collides and crash into each other, a dehumanized vocoded voice enunciates random numbers. Scary.

On the B-side, we find a remix by mighty scottish duo James Savage and Jonnie Wilkes known as Naum Gabo.

Naum Gabo's varied palette of sounds - noir-ish hybrids of seminal underground house, muscular arrpegiated italo, dubby cosmic atmospherics, jagged percussion of new-wave discotheque, analogue synthesized funk - has been distinguished by releases on Kompakt, Cross Town Rebels, Eskimo Recordings and Endless Flight, releases with which the duo have built a reputation as purveyors of the high quality electronic music and production.

For their remix of "Les Seigneurs" by Catalepsia, Naum Gabo have completely re-built the electronic rhythm and brought it fully into the forefront, creating a solid bass spine for the track, layering jacking hi-hats and hand claps. Naum Gabo retain the originals spectral, fluttering keyboard signatures, re-calibrating the atmospherics into a muscular slice of a soundtrack perfect for any dark-room rave.


Supported by the godfather's of the electronic British scene, Andrew Weatherhall.

Selected feedbacks:

Ivan Smagghe (Kill The DJ): Best record of the week.

Matt Walsh (Turbo / Bugged Out): Yes.Best promo this week.

Cosmo Vitelli (I'm a cliché): Both versions are made for me.

Photonz (One Eyed Jacks):Both mixes are great. What a MONSTER.

Bogy Riotous (Bugged Out):Big and Jacking. Warehouse damage.

Tedd Paterson (Cielo)The original mix is perfecto.

Lee Douglas: Very nice 5/5.

Len Faki (Berghain):DOPE. Both versions. Full support.

M50:Congratulations! Dark industrial gear on the original, Quite twisted remix too. Great!

Mike Textbeak: Oh jeez!! The Naum Gabo remix has so much space to the drums and the bass rumbles in the guts...very nice!!!!

Kone- R: Love this... dark and slow but the bassline is pure funk! I'll give it full support on radio and in club....

Morpheus: ad and bad just like i dig! with the wicked naum gabo rmx doing the most damage! will play out.

Mousse T: Groovy Little Monster.

Eric Duncan: Yeah Naum Gabo

Nikola Baytala: perfect track for BIONIC tottaly the vibe we are going for very acid and Psychedelic.

Hugo Capablanca: Naum Gabo mix is amazing as usual!

Felix Feygin: the Gabo remix is super trippy.. i love it

Jenifer Cardini: Love the Naum Gabo remix !

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released October 1, 2011

Days Of Being Wild 2011

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