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Everyone Is Remixing Everything Else
The Cutler
STEEL TIGER RECORDS

ST017 | 2013-09-30
1
Clam Bake
Darren Emerson Mix (8:34)
The Cutler
Darren Emerson
House $1.99
2
Romulus & Remus
Richard Dorfmeister Mix (6:15)
The Cutler
Richard Dorfmeister
House $1.99
3
Moscow Dynamite
Gavin Hardkiss Mix (5:36)
The Cutler
Gavin Hardkiss
House $1.99
4
Clamour
Mark Brydon Mix (5:42)
The Cutler
Lounge / Chill Out $1.99
5
Romulus & Remus
Mr Beasley Mix (3:51)
The Cutler
Minimal $1.99
6
OFGB
Pete Lazonby Mix (7:35)
The Cutler
Pete Lazonby
Minimal $1.99
7
Tell Me Why
Tranquility Bass Mix (5:52)
The Cutler
Lounge / Chill Out $1.99
8
Moscow Dynamite
Mark Rae Mix (4:22)
The Cutler
Mark Rae
Beats
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$1.99
9
Revolution
Unforscene Mix (5:43)
The Cutler
Unforscene
Broken Beat / Nu-Jazz $1.99
10
Romulus & Remus
Richard Dorfmeister Dub (6:15)
The Cutler
Richard Dorfmeister
House $1.99
11
Quantum Entanglement
Robin Guthrie Mix (3:28)
The Cutler
Robin Guthrie
Lounge / Chill Out $1.99
This Steel Tiger remix compilation - of tracks pulled from the recent acclaimed album by The Cutler Everything Is Touching Everything Else(Steel Tiger, 2013) - is remixed with love by a stellar gathering of fine musical talent.
Airplay for The Cutler and Steel Tiger on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 6 Music includes Rob da Bank, Lauren Laverne, Gilles Peterson, Nemone, and Stuart Maconie. Regular spins in the US include SomaFM and in Europe Josef Sedloň on Radio 1 Prague - and James Dean (aka Lost Idol) on Brighton's Juice 107.2FM.
The rich mix of names assembled here are all friends of The Cutler. In the case of Darren Emerson (Underworld) and Richard Dorfmeister (Kruder & Dorfmeister, and G-Stone Recordings) nearly two decades have elapsed since they and Steve Cobby first shared gigs and became acquainted; likewise with Mark Rae (Grand Central Music, and Rae & Christian). Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins, The Robin Guthrie Trio and noted Harold Budd collaborator) and Cobby hooked up more recently in 2005; when they both performed at American avant-garde composer and poet Harold Budd's farewell concert at the Brighton Festival. Mark Brydon (Moloko) and Steve go back further, to the mid-eighties and FON Studios in Sheffield. Gavin Hardkiss (Little Wing, and aka Hawke) hosted Cobby's first trip to San Francisco in '95 and also recommended Tranquility Bass's Mike Kandel (ambient/trip-hop innovator) for this album. Mr Beasley is a Yorkshire-based talent much-favoured by BBC6 Music and a good friend of Pork and Steve - he and Bristol's acclaimed outfit Unforscene have been released through Pork's Larkin Out and Pork Recordings imprints. And as fans of his Astral Eddie stuff it was an easy answer when Pete Lazonby (GHI) also offered to contribute.....
This is a diverse, quality selection and a great testament to the high-level of musical respect afforded to both Cobby and Pork as creators and purveyors of top-quality music since 1991.
Mates mixing with love.
More: www.steeltiger.co.uk"These guys are a real breath of fresh air, highly recommend checking this out!" - Disco Delicious"The Cutler LP is best described as a beautiful record that fuses a whole range of different sounds into a brooding electronic journey." - Extra Music New"That's a delicious dollop, mate." - Greg Belson"Wooooooow, thanks for introducing me to The Cutler! After hearing a few seconds it made me feel so good - they are bringing me happiness right now because they are giving me eargasms!!!" - Gypsy"Music that is so deep, so funky, so heavy and so moving. It's overwhelmingly powerful stuff!" - Nick Faber"The Cutler, the electronic duo of Steve Cobby and Pork, are back with a wonderful new LP." - The 405"Triumphant return for ex-Pork & Fila Brazillia crew. Essential genre-smashing songs and instrumentals." - Andrew Jervis"A stone cold groove, baby!" - Les Enfants Terribles
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