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|1.||Juan Maclean - "Feliz Casa" (Ian Breno dub)|
|2.||Still Going - "Spaghetti Circus"|
|3.||A+O - "Take Me"|
|1.||Florian Meindl - "Here Today Gone Tomorrow"|
|2.||Jee Day - "Like A Child"|
|3.||Giom - "I Know You Were Right"|
|1.||Alex Niggemann & Superlounge - "Chip Chip"|
|2.||Manuel Sahagun - "Pieces Of Me"|
|3.||Shit Robot - "Simple Things" (Todd Terje version)|
|1.||Danny Howells - "Laid Out" (Fully Horizontal mix)|
|2.||Rick Wilhite - "Get On Up!" (Theo Parrish' Late dub)|
|3.||Juan Maclean - "Feliz Casa" (Frankel's Rhodes Workout)|
Studio K7’s long running mix series, DJ-Kicks, continues with an instalment from NYC disco head Juan Maclean (former hosts include the likes of Hot Chip, Booka Shade and Henrik Schwarz). Sculpted with a combination of classic tracks and more recent cuts, the mix displays a diverse collection of songs that are more focused on the club than past mixes.<br>
Although Maclean is mostly known for his productions and live performances, he is also a DJ of some repute and his inclusion in the series is no surprise. What is somewhat intriguing, however, is his decision to make a straight up house mix. Over the running time of seventy-two minutes, Maclean keeps the energy levels high as his unleashes his collection of records meant for the club. Selecting from a rich tradition of house music with a disco twist, he includes a combination of classic tracks like Rick Wilhite’s "Get On Up" (remixed by fellow house don Theo Parrish) and recent disco cuts from the likes of Shit Robot, Still Going and 6th Borough Project.<br>
The mix has a free flowing feel throughout due to Maclean’s raw method of producing: the whole compilation was mixed live using only two turntables, a couple of filters and a tape delay, placing the emphasis squarely on the sprit and excitement of the mix as opposed to its sound.
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