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|1.||Laurel Halo - "Public Art" (2:36)|
|2.||Parris - "Puro Rosaceaes" (5:54)|
|3.||Rrose - "Cricoid Pressure" (8:13)|
|1.||Machinewoman - "Just Made Some Jazz Music" (7:11)|
|2.||FIT Siegel - "Penny Rut" (5:20)|
|3.||Siete Catorce - "Canto" (5:12)|
|1.||Ikonika - "Bodied" (OG mix) (4:35)|
|2.||Panda Lassow - "Lachowa" (5:09)|
|3.||Nick Leon - "Pelican Dub" (3:12)|
|1.||Stefan Ringer - "Lust" (5:22)|
|2.||Laurel Halo - "Sweetie" (7:00)|
|3.||Group A - "Ketabali" (5:28)|
Although she's offered up plenty of high-grade DJ mixes in the past, this volume in the "DJ Kicks" series marks Laurel Halo's first commercially available mix-up. The sometime Hyperdub producer has dutifully delivered something rather special, somehow joining the dots between 29 diverse and disparate cuts in the manner of a true turntable maestro. Beginning with the melodious experimentalism of her own "Public Art", Halo giddily charges between mutant industrial funk (Stallone The Reducer, Final Cut), thrusting electronic disco (Red Axes), deep techno (Parris), mind-altering acid-style intensity (Rrose), stomping, sweat-soaked peak-time techno (Machinewoman, FIT Siegel), polyrhythmic bass music (Facta, one of her Livity Sound collabs with Hodge) and an impressive array of cuts that defy easy categorization. The resultant all-action mix is nothing less than stunning.
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