REVIEW: MIRROR MACHINES COMMEMORATE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF BLADE RUNNER, WITH REMIX OF “END TITLES”



Launching from New York City, Mirror Machine are an exciting new production duo ready to make their stamp on today’s electronic music scene. Rising to acclaim with debut releases on Lane 8’s This Never Happened (Pray For Rain EP) imprint as well as Above & Beyond’s Anjunadeep (Remind Me Why EP), Mirror Machine are ready to add another strong addition to their burgeoning catalog.


Mirror Machines latest release is the recreation of the iconic “End Titles” cinematic piece from the soundtrack of the original “Blade Runner” movie. Recorded in April of 2022, the passing of the maestro Vangelis on May 19 brings this recording to a place of reverence and tribute to one of the greatest film composers of all time. “Blade Runner (End Titles),” which commemorates the 40th anniversary of the original release, debuts on June 23 via No Neon, headed by recent Juno-award winner, HNTR.


“Blade Runner (End Titles) Remix,” is a serious work, meticulously cared for, that lends itself to starting it and not coming back to reality until it's finished: the headphones are like the oxygen cylinder that allows you to dive to the bottom of this great sound rotation, of this cosmic orbit, and being there in a state of hypnotic fascination.


In this world where speed is desperately sought and attention deficit is so high, such an album will be misunderstood among many people, even dismissed as really important. But you just have to have the patience and the will to stop, to breathe, to sink into it, to hold on there as long as you can, and admire its interior.


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