Tristraum | Shiver (Maxi Single)

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Shiver (Maxi Single)

by Tristraum

Synthpop/Darkwave with Female Vocals. Dancefloor grooves. Lush synth textures. Loads of remixes for djs. Sounds like a cross between Delerium, VNV Nation and Bronski Beat. Future-pop and trance influences throughout.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shiver - Original Mix
5:04 $0.99
2. Shiver - Assemblage 23 [Polar Remix]
5:15 $0.99
3. Shiver - Echo Image [Whisper Remix]
4:52 $0.99
4. Shiver - Infam [Infamous Electro Dub]
4:33 $0.99
5. Shiver - Invisible ASPS Remix
3:47 $0.99
6. Shiver - Amun-Ra Club Mix
6:31 $0.99
7. Shiver - Empire State Human Remix
3:47 $0.99
8. Shiver - Saxxon Pike [Darkscape Remix]
5:04 $0.99
9. Shiver - Equatronic Remix
4:43 $0.99
10. Shiver - Lime N' Dale Remix
7:11 $0.99
11. Brilliant
3:47 $0.99
12. I'm Under No One
4:19 $0.99
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Album Notes
Modern electronica with female vocals. Lush synth textures. Sounds like Delerium, VNV Nation, Apoptygma Berzerk, Covenant & retro 80's new wave... ie: Bronski Beat, Erasure, Depeche Mode.

Tristraum's roots began in remixing with the legendary
San Francisco-based Twitch Remix Service in the early 90s. Twitch released 25 remix albums geared towards djs. Acts included Anything Box, The Prodigy, Future Sound of London, T99, D.A.F., Front 242 to name a few.

Tristraum has emerged as a strong writing/production team to create a successful blend of electronic pop and dancefloor grooves. Their debut single "Shiver" combines trance, darkwave, synthpop and techno. A definite dancefloor anthem for underground clubs that program acts such as VNV Nation, Icon of Coil, Apoptgygma, The Cure, Wolfsheim, etc.

The single has nine different remixes of Shiver plus two bonus tracks. Brilliant is a cover version of a classic Boytronic tune. Very 80's new wave sounding. And I'm Under No One is just as haunting as Shiver.

Check out the sound samples to find the mix that's right for you!

Tristraum is busy in the studio finishing their debut full-length cd. Look for it in Winter 2004. It will include a few guest vocalists that include Aidan from Empire State Human, Michael from Wave In Head and Brian from Color Theory.

Shiver will also be available in May as a limited 12" on vinyl that includes two breakbeat and one tech house remix.



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A powerful and noteworthy debut
Tristraum set the bar high with this compelling first release, scoring remixes from giants such as Assemblage 23 and Echo Image. My personal favorites are the original version of "Shiver", and the Echo Image and Empire State Human remixes. Yes, there are a lot of remixes here, but they are quite diverse in style. The addition of two b-sides makes the maxi-single not only a tempting buy, but a bargain. Definitely worth picking up!

Bernard Van Isacker - Sideline Magazine

A band to follow - one to avoid :-)
Trisraum ( a US act that is about to see their "Shiver" single released, well, if I have to play at a party again, i'm pretty sure I'll pick one or two or three or four or even five of the 10 mixes on there to spin. It's really a marvelous release with amongst other a damn good one by Echo Image, to purchase for sure. It's out on Intrapop, dunno who distributes it but check their website to find out. Good stuff, also Tom Shear did a remix which is quite good to use in electroclubs, but I prefer the dance versions... what a relief after having killed my ears on listening to that crap from Janus, HORRIBLE, I still don't get what people see in such a band...