Ólafur Arnalds leaves an incredible degree of space in his music.
The producer is well known for his cinematic flair, with his painterly touch utilising a finely nuanced wealth of colour.
Fresh from the stunning videos for 're:member' and 'unfold' the electronic composer is ready to release something new, something created in tandem with another incredible talent.
Max Cooper is very much a fellow traveller in the electronic-classical sphere, an artist whose work carries an emotional pull of its own.
The electronic musician has stepped in for a two-part remix package, re-working the Ólafur Arnalds piece 'partial'.
We're able to share Max Cooper's '99 Remix, and it's a stunning, highly immersive achievement, seeming to suggest its own digital worlds.
A heartbeat runs through it, connecting the digital with the organic, the tech-laden with the humane, with Cooper re-locating Arnalds' composition within a fresh realm.
Footage for the video was directed by Þóra Hilmarsdóttir before being given a visual remix by Árni and Kinski, and it's an astonishing achievement, a gripping, cinematic venture.
Ólafur explains: "Max Cooper is one of the most exciting artists in electronic music today, the natural complexity of his sounds is a perfect complement for acoustic instruments. I was eager to see what he would do with a couple of my songs."
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Dominic Nicholls
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