“This painstaking electronic lullaby sounds exactly as Sasha should - but without the beats” Mixmag
“Lush, organic compositions" Billboard
“A whole new side to the house and techno legend” i-D
“His most accomplished work” DJ Mag
“Perhaps the most surprising release of his career” Red Bull Music
“A sensuous, ethereal masterpiece” Ibiza Spotlight
The second instalment of Sasha : Scene Delete Remixes sees Max Cooper and Matthew Dear provide club versions of two tracks from ‘Scene Delete’, Sasha's ambient/soundtrack project inspired by Nils Frahm, Max Richter and Steve Reich.
Multi-genre producer Max Cooper uses emotional dance floor experimentation to take album opener 'Channel Deq' towards deep melodic territory while 'Pontiac' is transformed beyond recognition by Matthew Dear (and Audion) into a warped techno freak out.
'Scene Delete' will be taken live in two sold out shows at London's Barbican Centre in May, with Sasha joined on stage by a small chamber ensemble performing the album as one brooding, undulating piece. The second half of the concert sees Sasha perform new interpretations of tracks from across his career. keeping the essence of what made those songs so distinct while twisting them into new shapes.