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|1.||Leon Vynehall - "Who Loved Before"|
|2.||Kemikal - "Genie"|
|3.||Tomaga - "Giant Bitmap"|
|4.||De Fabriek - "Loopy"|
|5.||Haruomi Hosono - "Rose & Beast"|
|6.||DgoHn - "Force To"|
|7.||The Bygraves - "Set Me Free"|
|8.||Degrees Of Freedom - "August Is An Angel"|
|9.||Ellen Fullman - "Over & Under"|
|10.||Bourbonese Qualk - "Moving Forward"|
|11.||Shamos - "Nuws"|
|12.||Genesis P Orridge & Dave Ball - "Sex & The Married Frog"|
|13.||Run Dust - "Full Slice"|
|14.||DJ Zozi - "Mellow Vibe"|
|15.||RAC - "Fushigi"|
|16.||Primitive - "Lapis Lazuli B2"|
|17.||Crinan - "Kilimanjaro"|
|18.||Ploy - "Pressure"|
|19.||Leon Vynehall - "Ducee?'s Drawbar"|
|20.||Pavilion - "Happy Track"|
|21.||Peach - "Faxing Jupiter"|
|22.||Etch - "Unsung Hero Of Irrelevance"|
|23.||Mirage - "Deep Rage"|
|24.||AFX - "Children Talking"|
|25.||Jana Rush - "Divine"|
|26.||Robert Haigh - "Music For Piano"|
On his contribution to the long-running "DJ Kicks" series, Leon Vynehall has decided to take a widescreen approach, offering up a blend that showcases the depth and variety of his music collection rather than his club-rocking skills. The first half of the mix ebbs and flows with the laidback drowsiness of his selections, which flit between post trip-hop beats, ambient, IDM, electronica and crunchy post-punk pop. Midway through he begins to crank things up a notch or two via RAC's UK garage-influenced 1997 cut "Fushigi", the chunky peak-time warmth of Crinan's "Kilimanjaro" and the bass-heavy pump of Ploy's "Pressure", before unleashing some seriously intense experimental dancefloor workouts from the likes of Etch, Aphex Twin and Peach. It makes for a hugely enjoyable and at times breathtakingly brilliant musical journey.
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