The ReWind series exists as merely an aid in the discovery (or rather, rediscovery) of the unintentionally forgotten, or the often overlooked tracks of yesteryear.
Following The Chain from earlier in the series, here’s another progressive gem of Breeder’s making.
Entitled Sputnik, it perfectly captures that late 90s progressive sound and the unique twist that Rowan Blades and Simon Noble put on it. It’s not meant to be listened to in a hurry or as little snippets. From the first second to the very last sound, Sputnik manages to capture the attention of anyone that happens to be in the vicinity, thanks to its incredible base line and effortless progression.
It was initially featured on John Digweed‘s Global Undeground 14 : Hong Kong mix compilation. Later, in 2000, it got a white label release and then, in 2001 it landed in the Rhythm Syndicate catalogue under its new title, ‘New York FM‘.
Clocking in at 10:41, it’s definitely on the longer end of the spectrum. That won’t stop you from enjoying it, though. 🙂
Country : UK / Style : Progressive Trance / Year : 1999* / Label : Boxed
*Included on Global Underground 14 : Hong Kong. White label release in 2000, re-release in 2001 under the title ‘New York FM‘ on Rhythm Syndicate.
Listen. If you enjoyed it, hit that like button. Even better still, share & comment if you’d like. 😀
ReWind returns next Friday. 😀