ARTISTS: DAEMONIA NYMPHE REMIXED
CD: Palace Of Worms POW22-2 
Nymph: "Tyrvasia-Nymphs Of The Seagod Nereus" Remix
Nikodemos: Summoning Divine "Selene" Remix
Peekay Tayloh: Hymn To Bacchus "Hello" Mix
Basilis: "Nymphs Of The"
Mimetic Fake: Message Horn's Enchanting Echo "Fluty" Mimetic
Peekay Tayloh: Ida's Dactyls "Deads Are Dead" Mix
Supermarket: Dance Of The Satyrs "Prayer Mix"
Dani Joss: "Seagod Nereus"
Nymphe remixed seems an odd release to come from this recondite neoclassical
stable, yet the myriad of artists attempt to retain the Hellenistic mystery
and mastery. For the most part all the remixes feature electronic qualities
bringing Daemonia Nymphe to a newer audience.
Von Magnet, under the guise of Von Nymph for this remix, mixes female
cries into the pulsating electronic rhythms weaving lyre and the powerful
recitation of Phil Von in a sinuous orientalism. It is only fitting that
Beefcake's contribution with the track 'Hypnos-', the god of
sleep, weirds oneiric ambience to time-keeping stop/start electronica.
Nikodemos goths up 'Summoning Divine Selene' with mock-industrial
percussion and softly skirling synthesized sweeps. Contributing two tracks
to the remix album, Peekay Tayloh fuse folk guitar to trip-hop cadence
and rasped noise with their 'Hymn to Bacchus' remix. Gelid winds
announce the ensorcelling remix of 'Nymphs of the' by Basilis,
retaining strong elements of the original with the flourish of the many
stringed instrumentation and percussive hand drums. Mimetic Fake drive
a club track out of 'Message Horn's Enchanting Echo' broken by
moments of pan-fluted reflection before launching back into heavy bass
and beat. In their second contributing track, Peekay Taylor contracts
and shudders with a noisier glitch remix of 'Deads are Dead'
while preserving the loose folds of esotericism. Supermarket continues
the modern electronic soundscape of eerie unresolving atmosphere and melody.
Lastly, Dani Joss, delivers one of the darker mixes on the album with
plodding percussive hypnotism broken in fragments of isolated vocals and
The release is presented as an eight page full colour booklet, roughly
DVD sized with the CD itself affixed to the last inside page. Rubicund,
earthy tones saturate the booklet with the familiar silhouettes of the
band composited artfully throughout.
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