This year it is the tenth anniversary of "Sense". Considered to be REMY's most experimental album to date, and still one of his personal favourites.
The album marks a clear turning point into the career of REMY. It exposes various faces of the musician, varying from psychedelic, soundscapes, techno, and even classical music, to traditional electronic music.
For a large part improvised. "Sense" also contains dark vocals by Mattie van Tol.
REMY recorded a lot of music around 2006, which lead to the final selection of the tracks to appear on "Sense".
The title track doesn't appear on the album, but was released as limited edition cd-r. This freebie was given away to the first customers of the regular album.
Wouter Bessels did the remastering for all re-releases, thus also for these two albums. Actually these were the first re-masters (after his master of 2007's "This Is Not The End") he ever made of REMY's music. This lead to their current collaboration.
"Sense" and "Sense bonus" are now available from our webshop.
Two new remasters have been added to our webshop:
REMY's "This It Not The End" was released in 2008.
On this album REMY again creates an unique atmosphere by merging some serious sequencing with subtle transitions and a wide variety of analog and digital sounds. The core might be comparable with its precedor "Sense", but "This Is Not The End" definitely is better accessible.
"This Is Not The End - bonus" came as limited edition cd-r with the first purchases of the studio album, and features two tracks which didn't make it to the final track selection for the long player.
For a limited time you can download for free the MP3's from this bonus material. Browse our webshop and add it to your cart to get the link.
September 16th the final remastered album from REMY's catalog will be available: "Exhibition of Dreams revisited". Released on cd in 2009 as "EoD".
In the meanwhile "Archives 4" is also being compiled and mastered, and REMY is as well involved into the final mixing stages of his upcoming solo album "Fears".