Minimal house supergroup Mandar have been on a roll since they launched Oscillat back in 2014, but this release ranks among their highlights to date. The dream team of Lazare Hoche, Malin Genie and S.A.M originally released “Poisoned Words” as the B side to their String Theory 12″ in May 2018, and now they revisit the track with a double dose of remixes from none other than Ricardo Villalobos. The minimal overlord lives up to expectations on both flips of the original track, finding a singular voice within the context of minimal techno, needling into the tiniest sonic details and holding down an insistent groove that will sit beautifully in the mix. The A side features a simmering version that revels in wriggling sound design with ample space to flex and mutate, while the B side stretches out into a quintessential Villalobos wormhole of a remix. Unmissable sonics from one of the scene’s true legends.
Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos Remix 1)
Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos Remix 2)
Specification: Mandar – Poisoned Words (Ricardo Villalobos Remixes)
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