In June last year the Belgian electronic act 808 DOT POP released its debut album “The Colour Temperature”. The release was extremely well received and was followed by a string of singles including a remix by the Belgian electronic music veteran Franky Deblomme aka Cubic for “Kelvin” and this for 7″ single release. What first seemed to be a one-shot remix turned into a further collaboration.
More tracks were reworked and finally the idea grew to recreate all of the tracks on the debut album. A few months later “The Cubic Temperature” was born which holds reworks of “The Colour Temperature” and related singles, including B-sides.
The release is available on CD and as Bandcamp download (including an exclusive 13 minute megamix on Bandcamp called “The Cubic Mix”) from March 26th on but can be pre-ordered already. Bandcamp buyers will get an instant download of 2 tracks already when pre-ordering, including said megamix.
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