A. Daybreak (Mirko Loko Mūn version)
B. Daybreak (Mirko Loko Taiyō version)
Digital. Daybreak (Mirko Loko Kanjō no version)
Digital. Daybreak (Original Mix)
Cat no. Cadenza89
Format : 12” vinyl/digital
Release date : 23rd September 2013
(Beatport 2 week digital exclusive)
Long serving Cadenza recording artist, Mirko Loko, has always worn his Detroit musical influences on his sleeve, counting pioneer Carl Craig as his mentor, and having worked with the likes of Derrick May and Stacey Pullen in the studio. And on Daybreak, Mirko fully indulges in the one genre that seems never to get tarnished, the mechanical and industrial beats working off the deep and soulful strings and melancholic pads, a true hallmark of the classic sounds of the Motor City.
Originally released on Outpost Recordings, the label run by Scottish techno don, Funk DʼVoid, the masterful Original Mix from Takuya Yamashita gets three new versions from Mirko. Takuya, a techno artist from Kobe, Japan has already sparkled on labels like Biotech and Espai, and in his Original version we have a driving and energetic piece of classic techno. Mirko remains ever faithful to the melody and sounds of the original, providing a full beats re-rub on the ʻMūn versionʼ, and an alternate ʻTaiyō versionʼ thatʼs more urgent, with its broken beat. The digital only ʻKanjō noʼ version dispenses of a backbeat entirely, creating a remix that forever teases with itʼs percussive elements, building up great anticipation throughout.
As Cadenza continues to celebrate its 10th year as a label, it takes delight in backing great music from it's artists and associates, and this release is another curveball in the labelʼs eclectic catalogue.