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|1.||"Fast Life" (5:29)|
|2.||"Somehow I Talk" (6:25)|
|1.||"Finger Flies" (6:57)|
|2.||"Glixen" (feat Baby Rollen) (6:26)|
For the first release on his new label, Touch From A Distance, Berghain and PBar stalwart Nick Hoppner has recruited Holding Hands chief and sometime Scissor and Thread regular Desert Sound Colony. The London-based producer is in fine form throughout the EP, serving up a trio of top-notch cuts. First up on the A-side is the punchy, deep electro-breaks rumble of "Fast Life", which is quickly followed by the deep space alien broken beats and bombastic UK garage bass of "Somehow I Talk". Over on the flip, the producer's UK bass influences are fused with the futurist intent of Detroit and the rubbery funk of South African Kwaito on "Finger Files", while EP closer "Glixen (feat Baby Rollen)" peppers a jazzy groove with rumbling bass and mangled organ chords.
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