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|1.||LA 4A - "Sweat"|
|2.||LA 4A - "Harness"|
|1.||Matrixxman - "Escort Service"|
|2.||Matrixxman - "Acid City"|
So you've got the dancefloor in the palm of you hand after playing the latest Head High 12, but how do you keep them there, dancing? LA 4A's lead cut "Sweat" from this split EP with Matrixxman, that's how. It's acid techno that straddles the perfect temperature between lukewarm and too hot; it's just right. The A2, "Harness", still has an acid vibe, but this time around it sounds more like Plastikman beaten down and remixed by the Restoration crew. Meanwhile Matrixxman delivers gritty flexes of rave in a track that fluctuates between something like Yello's "Oh Yeah" and Claude Von Stroke's "Who's Afraid Of Detroit", while "Acid City" sounds like Steve Poindexter's "Work That MotherFucker" with DJ Pierre on the 303.
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