Synthphony REMIXed! Vol. 2

by Hajas

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This limited edition release is sure to sell out quickly. Hot on the heel of Synthphony REMIXed! Vol.1, this cd churns out dance hits one after another.

About the Artist
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil is known for many things: Beautiful sun-tanned beaches, exotically enticing women, scrumptious cuisines and now, Freddy Hajas. Born in 1975, Freddy became entranced by music at a young age, playing imaginary drums and guitar (much to the chagrin of his poor motheres furniture) and in his teens became infatuated with his now rabid obsession: synthpop music. Freddy began taking careful notes from his favorite electro-pop heroes such as Information Society, New Order, Red Flag, Cause & Effect and Duran Duran. Many of the artists found in this volume of Synthphony REMIXed will be familiar to those involved in the growing synthpop gscene.h Southern Californiafs own Color Theory has received the Hajas treatment to a cover of a Depeche Mode classic. Two of Germanyfs best electronic bands, !Distain and New Concept. Virtual Server featuring Beborn Beton is Russiafs famous DJ Ram. The Dignity of Labour (TDOL) is a fresh American act which is sure to open many eyes with their originality and poignant lyricism. Veteran active electro acts such as Anything Box, Real Life and the classic duo of Will Loconto/Steve Paul (T-42) appear alongside eager newcomers like Canadafs Droom, Project David (Voice In Fashion), Opium and Tristraum.

"My favorite new release of this week was the new volume in Synthphony Record's new "Remixed!" series. This one features exclusive remixes of many cool songs, all mixed by Brazil's synthpop guru Freddy Hajas. Aside from having new versions of songs by bands like Droom, Virtual Server, The Dignity of Labour, Distain!, Tristraum, Opium, Color Theory, etc. it also features some pretty well established acts too, like Anything Box and Real Life. Most of these tracks can't be found elsewhere, so it's a fun one to pick up, and Freddy has a nice way of blending some classic synthpop elements into his mixes that sound familiar yet refreshing."
Todd Durrant (A Different Drum)


released January 31, 2005

Programming, Keyboards, Arrangement & Remix by Freddy Hajas

100% made with Renoise. No MIDI or VST/VSTi involved!

Produced by Freddy Hajas
Mastered by Ken Porter (Intuition)
Text by Dan Koven

This album is dedicated to my beloved Dani.


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Hajas Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Synthpop producer, remixer & songwriter from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Hajas has made lots of remixes for bands from all five continents as Droom, Real Life, Assemblage 23, Neverever, Information Society, Daybehavior, Anything Box, Iris, !distain, Noel and many more.

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