Little Nobody
Get Away From It All (Justin Robertson remix)

[Hypnotic Room Special Edition]


The propaganda hype from Hypnotic Room HQ...

“It promises an escape that sounds anything but idyllic, as terse robot voices intone the title phrase over stuttering, minimalist break beats… a leftfield electronic delight that’s well worth getting hold of.”

Thus assessed journalist Chris Downton in a glowing review that appeared last year in the pages of esteemed music mag, 3D World. The subject? Little Nobody’s iconic (and often equally iconoclastic) track, ‘Get Away From It All’.

A year later, we asked Justin Robertson to remix the work, counting on his experience rebooting Bjork, Happy Mondays, Fatboy Slim, Luke Slater, Ben Mill and Felix Da Housecat, and thinking that the mix-master would have an absolute field day here – which he apparently did, snapping up the invitation without hesitation, giving the ingredients a good hard shake, and coming back with a mind-bending, cool, supremely innovative concoction that stunned everybody.




FEEDBACK FROM PEOPLE FAR MORE WORTHY THAN ME:

(meaning I'm so chuffed I have to share it!)


"The Original mix is filthy!"
Orlando Voorn

"Original is a nice and submerging tune, wicked when the kick drops in!"
Luke's Anger

"Really cool sound, this is the sort of tune that would make my night if dropped the right way in a set. Really playful vibes to rock the f**k out to..."
Bill Hunter (BeatGeek Records)

"Deep and dark techno in original mix. Whow!!"
Satoshi Matsumoto (DJ Inkling)

"That Justin Robertson remix is very nice."
Steve Law (Zen Paradox)

"Solid track!"
Captain Funk (Japan)

"Original has a great fat sound. I like it!"
DJ Warp (Japan)

"I like the original, and the JR remix rocks also."
Dave Tarrida

"Robertson’s production is 1st class here and the 2009 version of the original is just filthy!"
Ben Mill (Bitch Shift)

"Wow, this is nice! I love what Justin did to the original track."
DJ Hi-Shock


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