False Vacuum, a nine-track, double-vinyl set, was assembled with help from the Drexciya Research Lab blog.
WeMe Records has revealed a double-vinyl compilation of remixes from electro legend Heinrich Mueller, AKA Drexciya's Gerald Donald, called False Vacuum.
Over the years, Donald has used Heinrich Mueller (the name of a never-captured Gestapo chief) for projects like Arpanet, Der Zyklus and Zwischenwelt, as well as remixes of other artists, which tend to differ substantially from their source material. False Vacuum marks the first time a set of these versions have been gathered together.
The nine-track album, featuring reworks of artists like The Advent, The Hacker and Drexciyan DJ Stingray, was curated with help from Drexciya Research Lab, the longstanding blog that tracks and studies all things Drexciya-related.
Listen to the remix for Heinrich Mueller's remix of Stingray's "The Sadist."
A1 The Hacker - Fadin'away (Heinrich Müeller Remix)
A2 Tuxedomoon - What Use (Heinrich Mueller Technik Mix)
B1 Station Rose - Dave (Heinrich Mueller Stanley Kubrick's Vision Mix)
B2 The Advent - Untitled (Heinrich Mueller Remix)
C1 Duplex - P.O.M. (Heinrich Mueller Time Dilation 2 Mix)
C2 Stingray - The Sadist (Heinrich Mueller Remix)
C3 DJ Stingray - Drone FX (Heinrich Mueller Remix)
D1 Albert Van Abbe - NCS_0009121010 (Heinrich Mueller Remodel)
D2 Alek Stark - HALO 8 (Heinrich Mueller Remix)
WeMe Records will release False Vacuum in late September, 2018.
Photo credit: Frank Bauer