BS251 Third Attempt: Rain/Missing Feeling Remixes

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Design/artwork by Phib, remixed by Ulf Moen Denneche

Third Attempt:
Rain/Missing Feeling Remixes

Format: Digital single
Label: Beatservice Records
Catalogue number: BS251-1
Release date: 23. jul 2021

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Rain (Henrik Villard Remix)

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Missing Feeling (Anders Jakobsen Remiks)


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Hot on the heels of Third Attempt's album "Beats From The Quarantine" released back in April, here comes first in the line of remixes, featuring names old and new to the Beatservice catalogue.

Hailing from the Norwegian capitol, Henrik Villard provides us with a post-shower, sun-dazed revamp of "Rain". Heaving up the groove to soul-liberating spheres of consciousness, the Oslo-based operator lets the vibes pour throughout, be it in the solar-powered motion of its train-like swagger or in the smooth demeanour of its washed-out pads scudding by.

Another exponent of Tromsø's evergreen scene, newcomer Anders Jakobsen tackles "Missing Feeling" with a twist of feels-riddled deepness and self-revealing spaciousness. Oneiric to the bone and primed for extended audio meditation, this one will have you casting off to quiet, uncluttered dreamscapes without further ado.


Design/artwork by Phib, remixed by Ulf Moen Denneche

Third Attempt:
Front To The Back (Third Attempt Club Mix)

Format: Digital single
Label: Beatservice Records
Catalogue number: BS251-2
Release date: 3. sep 2021

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Front To The Back (Third Attempt Club Mix)


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'Front To The Back' is re-engineered to meet its full-blown floor potential. Third Attempt tweaks his own composition into a proper old-school jacking tribal joint that moves from pared-down breaks hoodoo to abstract, hip-hop-informed house in a flash.


Design/artwork by Phib, remixed by Ulf Moen Denneche

Third Attempt:
Addicted (Kim Young Ill & Duv Tales Remix)

Format: Digital single
Label: Beatservice Records
Catalogue number: BS251-3
Release date: 15. oct 2021

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Addicted (Kim Young Ill & Duv Tales Remix)


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'Addicted' gets the remix treatment from Oslo shock squad Kim Young Ill and Duv Tales, here found busy morphing the original into a hazy collage of sliced vox samples, liquid bass spurts on a 90s tip and further genre-unbound hypnotic abstraction to whelm your body and soul in with satisfying punch.


Design/artwork by Phib, remixed by Ulf Moen Denneche

Third Attempt:
Quarantine Remixes

Format: Digital album
Label: Beatservice Records
Catalogue number: BS251
Release date: 26. nov 2021

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01

Front To The Back (Third Attempt Club Mix)

02

Addicted (Kim Young Ill & Duv Tales Remix)

03

Rain (Henrik Villard Remix)

04

Make It Double (Keecen Remix)

05

Images (Reidar Bruun Remix)

06

Mirage (Ribbish Remix)

07

Cocoon (Jose Remix)

08

Images (Ivaylo Dypmiks)

98

Missing Feeling (Anders Jakobsen Remix)


Press info

Hot on the heels of Third Attempt's album "Beats From The Quarantine" released back in April, here comes the associated remix package, featuring names old and new to the Beatservice catalogue.

"Front To The Back" is re-engineered to meet its full-blown floor potential. Third Attempt tweaks his own composition into a proper old-school jacking tribal joint that moves from pared-down breaks hoodoo to abstract, hip-hop-informed house in a flash.

"Addicted" gets the remix treatment from Oslo shock squad Kim Young Ill and Duv Tales, here found busy morphing the original into a hazy collage of sliced vox samples, liquid bass spurts on a 90s tip and further genre-unbound hypnotic abstraction to whelm your body and soul in with satisfying punch.

Also hailing from the Norwegian capitol, Henrik Villard provides us with a post-shower, sun-dazed revamp of "Rain". Heaving up the groove to soul-liberating spheres of consciousness, the Oslo-based operator lets the vibes pour throughout, be it in the solar-powered motion of its train-like swagger or in the smooth demeanour of its washed-out pads scudding by.

Tromsø's Keecen, previously known as LP Martin, adds his subtle yet sensual spin on Third Attempt "Make It Double" for a pure moment of nostalgic jazz-house bliss. Collating woozy vocal samples out barren urban scapes at night, evanescent melancholy-soaked piano chords and a forward-moving coastal swing.

The young, full-of-promises producer Niikas, under the Reidar Bruun alias, takes "Images" for a bumpy ride in the Northern Lights wild. Driven by a sturdy bass and playfully pogo-ing machine talk, the track pretty much feels like an endless glide across neon-splattered cascades of synth arpeggios and FX-doused alien signals.

Adding his smooth and playful zest to "Mirage", deft-handed sound illusionist Ribbish makes the cut with a wonky acid chugger that doesn't quite pick its poison between eastern-laced spaciousness, 303-emulated squelch and further ankle-twisting moves straight out the 90s continuum.

Uruguay-born, Australia-based up-and-comer Jose turns in a smoothly revamped version of "Cocoon", tweaking the original into a proper ethereal deep-dive, gussied up with a lush mix of jazz brass, old-school breaks and further swelling waves of aqueous, bassy dynamism. All topped with a healthy coating of chimey shimmer that'll have you floating in a bubble of velveteen rapture.

Oslo-based Bulgarian producer Ivaylo - the man behind Bogota Records, Oslo's Jaeger club booking head and label manager of Prins Thomas’'various outlets - punches in with a drums-laden "dypmiks" version of "Images", steering us into a swarming, busily fun and hectic hive. As frantic percussions whip and jack wildly, lucent piano stabs bring along the melodic component whilst the squelchy acid bass keeps the groove frothing.

Another exponent of Tromsø's evergreen scene, newcomer Anders Jakobsen tackles "Missing Feeling" with a twist of feels-riddled deepness and self-revealing spaciousness. Oneiric to the bone and primed for extended audio meditation, this one will have you casting off to quiet, uncluttered dreamscapes without further ado.


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