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Strawberry Muck, The Remixes, E.P. – Baseck, Red Shift, and Strangeloop
This free E.P. is a collection of all the various forms that Baseck’s track, Muck, has gone through since it’s initial creation.  It includes the original track from the album Creatures out on Subconscious Communications, a remix by Red Shift, a remix by Strangeloop and an alternate version of the Strangeloop edit featuring scratching/turntablism by Baseck, bringing it all full circle.
Baseck’s original song is a grimey lofi punk banger made with only the bootleg gameboy sequencer LSDJ and a small noise toy. Red Shift takes the central melody and embellishes it with ethereal synths and a sharp clicky hip hop beat transforming it into a whimsical yet robust dancey jam he renames Strawberry.  Brainfeeder artist, Strangeloop, propels this seemingly endless melodic riff even further adding glitchy other worldly samples and spacious thrashy beats that undulate creating an entrancing cosmic noise.
For your Listening Pleasure…
Direct ZIP FILE Link: Strawberry Muck, The Remixes, E.P. – Baseck/Red Shift/Strangeloop
In addition to all the change ups this track has seen… it has now taken on a new life as the dreamy music set to an amazing kaleidoscopic video by Fragonard Berscht.  Appropriately it is the Strangeloop edit that has transcended into this new form.
For your viewing pleasure…

For more work by Fragonard Berscht (aka Laskfar Vortok, Naboa, and V1de0 D1ab3t3s)
check out Fragonard Berscht on… Vimeo Or NaboaMusic
More from Strangeloop visit: StrangeloopTV
More from Baseck visit: Baseck.Net
To get the original full length album Creatures please visit: Subconscious Communications

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