Fischerspooner ‎– Emerge (12″)

So it comes full circle with the genre that was electroclash. From 2001 (I know but it’s my blog) this see’s the merge of electronics with more conventional guitars and a nod back to the 80’s. Warren Fischer and Casey Spooner met at Art School and were the noughties version of Soft Cell in terms of Pop Theatrics

The Dave Clarke mix is the definite mix, adding Kraftwerk’s motorik “Numbers” beats to the mixing pot and it kicks big bottom.

The Radio Slave remix (Matt Edwards and Serge Santiágo) smooths out the edges and takes the rawness away and giving it techno precision.

The original version is here with the killer bass sequencer it still sounds current, too cool, too hyped ?? A Classic!


FS Studios ‎– FSMOS 1Temrgefrontcov

A Emerge (Dave Clarke Remix) 6:48
B1 Emerge (Radio Slave Edit) 6:22
B2 Emerge (Original) 4:45

3 responses

  1. Great tune. The electro-clash movement was way too short, but there’s a lot of great records to plunder there.

  2. I only know the Barry Harris mix, and am über-curious (I knew the word before it became a brand name) about how these other mixes transform the track. Could you re-up to satiate my desires?

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