Premiere: Alex Mine’s ‘Lost’ finds a home on Terminal M and remixes from Carl Cox + Robert Capuano
Success is difficult to measure, but if one entices Carl Cox to remix their work early on in their career, it’s likely they are worth the excitement budding around them. Such is the case wit Alex Mine, who’s smoothly transitioned from classically-trained musicianhood into an electronic stalwart. His four-year tenure on the international circuit has landed him on prolific imprints like SCI+TEC, Intec, and now Terminal M, where his sought-after ID, “Lost,” has finally been debuted to the world.
“Lost” in its original form is a heads-down groover, weaving together a classic Detroit atmosphere with hearty percussion and an a delectable bassline that keeps the track in line. A modern twist finds its way into the mix via roaring synths, which add tension and drive to the finished product that has been met with frenzied crowd reactions thus far.
The story behind “Lost” is quite the tale as well. Mine had initially written it in 2015, but it had remained without a label to call home until he met Monica Kruse and promptly had it signed to Terminal M in 2018. The version on this EP is in fact a refreshed version of the original version. By then, it’d been rinsed successfully throughout the underground and had also caught the attention of Carl Cox and Robert Capuano, who each added their own infectious takes.
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