Max Richter – Path 5 (Clark Remix)
“This is my personal lullaby for a frenetic world – a manifesto for a slower pace of existence,” says Max Richter of Sleep, his critically acclaimed 2015 album.
The LP, composed in conjunction with a neuroscientist David Eagleman, was intended to be listened to in a state of sleep, with audiences even treated to special performances complete with beds.
Now, a handful of artists including Mogwai, Jürgen Müller and Clark have provided remixes bringing Richter’s decidedly ambient frameworks to life with bold new interpretations.
As a first taste of SLEEP remixes we’re proud to premiere Clark’s ominous, heavy take on Path 5.
Take a listen in the player above.
SLEEP remixes is out to download on 19 February and will be available on vinyl 4 March via Deutsche Grammophon
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