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|1.||"Ramamine Worker" (7:01)|
|2.||"That Which Shall Never Not Be Not Named" (8:01)|
|3.||"Locked Grove 1" (0:18)|
|1.||"I've Said It A Million Times" (6:26)|
|2.||"Circle Dance" (5:45)|
|3.||"Locked Grove 2" (0:25)|
Since making his vinyl debut on Kimochi back in 2012, Justin "Dreamlogicc" James has flitted between labels, delivering all manner of dark ambient, electro, techno and grime delights. This belated return to Kimochi sees him exploring an altogether lighter, dreamier sound, variously informed by early '90s ambient house, IDM, and left-of-centre deep house. It's all of a pleasingly high standard, with highlights including the trippy, early morning dancefloor trip of the ambient house flavoured "I've Said It A Million Times", the crackling Autechre-on-acid wooziness of "Circle Dance" (check those whistling synth melodies and droning rhythms), and the deep and drowsy "Ramamine Worker".
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