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FOREST SWORDS / VARIOUS

DJ Kicks

K7

Format: mixed CD
Cat: K7 365CD
Released: 18 May 18
Genre: Experimental/Electronic
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. David Toop - "Things Just Went Sour Gradually All At Once"
2. Forest Swords - "Voice Memo Of Outdoor Singing Group In Chinatown, Liverpool"
3. Anna Homler & Steve Moshier - "Oo Nu Dah"
4. Kara-Lis Coverdale - "Imgs /R"
5. Dialect - "Th Ree Sisters Theme"
6. Rhythm & Sound - "Best Friend" (with Love Joy)
7. Anna Domino - "With The Day Comes The Dawn"
8. Neneh Cherry - "Blank Project"
9. Tokyo Prose & FIS - "The Truths"
10. Dead Can Dance - "Mesmerism" (remastered)
11. Forest Swords - "Crow"
12. Lutto Lento - "Gyal A Devil"
13. Disjecta - "Smokehead"
14. Skinnerbox - "Gender" (Axel Boman remix)
15. Deena Abdelwahed - "Walk On, Nothing To See Here"
16. Pantha Du Prince - "Welt Am Draht" (Animal Collective remix)
17. Mira Calix - "Umchunga Locks"
18. Laurel Halo - "Throw"
19. Demdike Stare - "Mnemosyne"
20. Djrum - "Showreel" (part 2)
21. Orbital - "The Box" (part 1)
22. Rupert Clervaux & Beatrice Dillon - "VII"
23. The London Bulgarian Choir - "Pilentse Pee"
24. Vashti Bunyan - "Here Before"
25. Forest Swords - "Voice Memo Of Piston At Manchester Museum Of Science & Industry"
26. Baka Forest People Of Southeast Cameron - "Eden Liquindi 2"
27. Ande Somby - "Gadni (Spirit Of The Mountain)"
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Review

Since mood, atmosphere, emotion and a left-of-centre approach have always been the hallmarks of Forest Swords' own productions, you'd expect to find a similar emphasis on this DJ Kicks excursion. Predictably, he's done just that, conjuring up a heady, constantly surprisingly musical journey that somehow manages to draw together many different stylistic elements whilst still making perfect sonic sense. There's not enough room to go into all of the eyebrow-raising twists and turns, but expect a mix of field recordings, neo classical, 1970s electronic experiments, the dub-wise reggae of Rhythm & Sound, out-there jazz-funk, Cameroonian water rhythms (really), haunting Bulgarian choirs, post-punk pop fuzziness, contemporary leftfield techno, pastoral folk songs and a dash of mid-'90s Orbital.

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