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|1.||"Mise En Place"|
|2.||"Beach Mode (Keep It Simple)"|
|8.||"Let A Smile Be (Y)our Umbrella"|
|9.||"Lights Are Forever"|
|10.||"Mega Church" (feat Optimum)|
|13.||"You Won't Find It There"|
The title for West London producer Ikonika's second album Aerotropolis supposedly refers to a city centred around an airport, and was apparently chosen because the album is "about height, getting high and become distant". It supposedly underwent more significant polish than her previous productions and it shows; lead single "Beach Mode" sounds like a classic '80s house track, while "Mr Cake" glimmers with all the sheen of classic US boogie and the shimmering arp of "Eternal Mode" shows hints of disco in its DNA. But Ikonika's connection to the darker strains of UK dance music still shine through; the thick bass and syncopated rhythms of "Manchego" are pure grime while the monolithic "Mega Church" sounds like futuristic, high concept dubstep. Incredible stuff.
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