Re​:​Illumination

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Take several tracks from Illuminate, add various electronic artists spanning several genres, throw in their unique interpretations and what do you get? Everything from pounding club beats to introspective ballads, all rolled seamlessly into one disc. Truly a uniquely diverse and captivating album...

[T]he remixes are high quality! 5 songs from “Illuminate” has been exposed to the remix creativity from bands like DJ Delobbo, Caustic, Liquid Divine, Conetik, Null Device, Hungry Lucy, XP8, Cesium 137, Interface and a few more names. The list of bands is quite diversified in style and that’s a real good point resulting in a diversified sound. Rich Ratvasky (member of bands like Team Smile and Nod) is a rather unknown American musician, but his remix of “Ever” is simply terrific! The style is a bit psy-trance like, but the song remains easily recognizable. It has been just boosted a bit more while creating some irresistible dance vibes. Another great remix is delivered by the great DJ Delobbo who remains a real genius in the remix realm. He did a remix of “Ever” as well. Interface is one more essential remix here. They transposed “Let Me Tell you Something” in a poppier style with a well-crafted version. The tech-EBM combo of XP8 are more and more excelling in great remixes and their “Deep Mix” of “Let Me Tell You Something” is one more on the list. Conetik opening the album with a remix of “Going Under” is another attention grabber although not the best one on the list. I here like the vague d’n’b approach and especially in the rhythmic. In a different and sweeter style we get the delicate touch of Hungry Lucy with a remix of “Ever”.
DP. – Side-Line.com (Belgium)

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released November 11, 2008

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The Azoic Columbus

The Azoic are a female fronted Electronic Dance / Industrial EBM band originally based in Columbus, Ohio and officially began in February 1996. In 1998, they signed to Nilaihah Records and began their journey...

The Azoic has 8 releases, performed shows worldwide, was featured on Microsoft XBox's 'Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3' video game featuring "Conflict (Turmoil Mix)" and continues on.
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