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|1.||OFF - "Electrica Salsa" (feat Sven Vath - Roman Flugel remix)|
|2.||Mirko Loko - "Artificiel"|
|3.||Wouter De Moor - "Tesla Coil"|
|4.||Tim Green - "Among Wolves"|
|5.||Christian Burkhardt - "Karambolage"|
|6.||Jimi Jules - "Euphrasia"|
|7.||Einzelkind & Robin Scholz presents Rhythm Factory - "N.2Guts"|
|8.||Chymera - "7 Hours"|
|9.||Markus Fix - "Baroon"|
|10.||Sven Vath - "Robot" (Kolsch remix)|
|11.||Argy - "How Late It Was, How Late"|
|12.||Ricardo Tobar - "Red Light" (Lawrence remix)|
For the fourth installment of their Dots & Pearls mix series, in which a selected DJ gets busy with the label's back catalogue, Cocoon has enlisted the services of Frankfurt's Markus Fix. His mix is designed to showcase the melodious and atmospheric tech-house tracks lurking in the Cocoon vaults, and predictably does a fine job of fulfilling this remit. There are impressive contributions from the likes of Sven Vath, Tim Green and Chymera, plus a quartet of previously unreleased tracks. These are invariably excellent; check, for example, Fix's own "Baroon" - a kind of woozy 21st century riff on the '88 "Pure Trance" version of The KLF's "What Time Is Love" - and the ethereal melodies and early morning fuzz of Argy's "How Late It Was, How Late".
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