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Iconic French imprint Micronautics announced their return with a splash back in August with a re-release of Daft Punk’s very first remix.

Now that the label’s has milked the nostalgia fountain, it’s now turning its attention to its first release since its reincarnation.

The French imprint welcomes Rituel — aka Thomas Regnault and Christophe Monier — to the family for their latest magnum opus ‘Dreams’.

Featuring vocals from Carlton — an iconic Bristolian vocalist who sang on Massive Attack’s first ever single, as well as working with Bomb The Bass and pre-trip hop originators Smith & Mighty — ‘Dreams’ is heady combination of deep house and new wave flavours.

We’ve got the exclusive premiere of Electrosexual’s remix who is a French producer currently residing in Germany.

He takes the original into the world of grisly acid and razor-sharp electro by fattening up the kicks, toning down the vocals and generally distilling the original’s best parts into a club-facing cut that’s primed to do some serious dancefloor damage.

Elsewhere, the release features remixes from Thomas Gandey who adds a disco veneer to proceedings, Pallace offers up an on-point 90s house treatment and finally, legendary French don John Lord Fonda delivers a cut bristling with moody techno atmospherics to round out an impressive debut offering from the revitalised Micronautics camp.

More of this, please.

Rituel — ‘Dreams’ ft. Carlton will be released September 22 via Micronautics



Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.