The 49 Second Romance remix album is now out on Wild Youh Digital. The limited edition of 170 yellow vinyl albums features remixes by The Berlangas, DIN A Testbild, Egoprisme, Fantomas, Hipless, Kinder aus Asbest, Mängelexemplar, Mono 45, UPM and P1/E. The original 7inch version and the Disco Mix will also be on the album. The digital release has bonus tracks by And She Cried, Aeronautica and Powell
Thomas Voburka did a brand new video for the 49 Second Romance remix by Weltklang vs Aeronautica
P1/E Remixes "von Brauchitsch (Schummelsoftware)" are now available on Bandcamp
Nice Review in The Vinyl Factory - Initially released in 1980, P1/E’s ’49 Second Romance’ takes on a completely different and new identity. A new, Arabic version of the song has emerged after being produced and programmed in Aswan, Egypt. There are moments in the track where you’re expecting a drop to arrive, but it never does, and it’s that anticipation that is most alluring. Although the Berlin-based group split not long after the original’s release, ’49 Seconds in Cairo’ is testament to the idea that, metaphorically, artists and their music can still evolve, long after figuratively leaving us. – JB
Melbourne-born George Hysteric is a jack-of-all-trades and master of many genres. Now he has created a rework of Dependence and takes the song to a new level.
If the pandemic has anything good about it, it is that it releases creative forces that flushes back to the surface what has long been thought lost. P1/E spent the first months of the lockdown in Aswan, Egypt and is now back to release new music.