Olicía Remix as part of Uncanny Valley x ÄTNA collaboration compilation
From “Made By Desire” to “Remade By Desire”: The Uncanny Valley label from Dresden, Germany curates a remixed and reworked version of the debut album by local pop heroes ÄTNA and takes us on a trip through various styles of Club Music, electronic Pop excursions and music college Rock’n’Roll.
After the initial idea two years ago, “Remade By Desire” is now an album that puts the ÄTNA songs into new musical context, but sounds surprisingly coherent given the stylistic diversity of the artists involved.
The duo Olicía from Dresden and Berlin use their classical trained voices to create a dramatic arrangement for their chamber music pop gem that is “As Fast As I”.
Original versions appear on the album “Made by Desire”, written and performed by ÄTNA (Inéz & Demian)
01: Produced by Annegret Fiedler aka Perel, Mix & Mastering: Oakfield Mastering
02: Remixed by byetone, courtesy www.raster-media.net
03: Remixed by RAKANS
04: Synth, Drums: Moritz Simon Geist.
05: Reworked and mixed by Martin Kohlstedt and Robert Krause
06: Rearranged and Recorded by Anna-Lucia Rupp & Fama M’Boup at o-cetera Studios in Dresden. Mixed by Jakob Hegner, Drum Sample by Demian Kappenstein (Touch my Fantasy), edited by Fama M’Boup, Prophet & Moog Synths played by Anna-Lucia Rupp, Sung by Anna-Lucia Rupp & Fama M'Boup
07: AB Syndrom are Bennet Seuss and Anton Bruch, Mixed by Dennis Keil
08: Maik Wieden: Vocals, Uwe Hauptvogel: Guitar, Benjamin Rottluff: Bass, Backing Vocals, Recording, Editing, Marius Jurtz: Drums, Drum Recording, Mixing: David Furrer @ Aurora Studios Vienna
09: Arranged by Bahnhof Motte. Vocals, Synthesizer and Saxophone by Georg Fleischfresser. Guitars by Christoph Margraf. Bass by Leonhard Endruweit. Drums by Tim Gerwien. Recorded and Mixed by Stephan “Steppel” Salewski.
01 mastered by Oakfield Mastering
02-09 mastered by Jacob Korn at Tailout Studio
Distributed by Clone Distribution – clonedistribution.com
Supported by Initiative Musik gGmbH with project funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media.
The project was awarded a prize as part of the competition for popular music in Saxony 2021, initiated by Kreatives Sachsen – www.kreatives-sachsen.de