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|1.||"Ketama Gold" (4:00)|
|2.||"High Life" (feat Lorenz Rhode) (7:14)|
|1.||"Call Of The Wild" (feat Jungle By Night) (8:53)|
|2.||"Yes, No, Maybe" (feat Tom Misch) (5:31)|
|3.||"The Girl From Shiraz" (4:21)|
|1.||"Flavourism" (feat Seven Davis Jr) (5:52)|
|2.||"Freeqy Polly" (7:10)|
|1.||"Ex Machina" (5:17)|
|2.||"Cut U Loose" (8:04)|
|3.||"Lucky Number 13" (3:13)|
If your fame is built on delivering rock solid dancefloor cuts, should your subsequent albums stick to the same approach or mix it up a little? It's a conundrum that many artists have struggled with over the years. Smartly, Detroit Swindle has decided to hedge their bets with High Life following 2014's Boxed Out. As full length albums go, it's a bit of a peach, and sees the acclaimed Dutch duo flit between sensuous, home-listening fare, jaunty, instrumental-laden workouts (see the cheery, smoky pop-soul of Tom Misch hook-up "Yes, No, Maybe" and Afro-fired bounce of "Call of the Wild" featuring fellow Dutch combo Jungle By Night) and tried-and-tasty club tracks (Seven Davis Jr collaboration "Flavourism", the driving disco-house of "Freeqy Polly" and "Cut U Loose").
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