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|1.||Boddika & Joy Orbison - "&Fate"|
|2.||Lowtec - "The Rhythm" (remix 2)|
|1.||Four Tet - "For These Times"|
|2.||Boddika - "Beats Me"|
|1.||Pearson Sound - "Quivver"|
|2.||Endian - "Straight Intention"|
|1.||Joy Orbison - "Big Room Tech House DJ Tool"|
|2.||Kassem Mosse - "IP Mirrors"|
|1.||Instra:mental & dBridge - "White Snares"|
|2.||Martyn - "Bad Chicago"|
The Boddika-helmed Nonplus unveil Think & Change, the label's first compilation and what a way to mark such an event. Calling on a cast of the great and the good of contemporary techno and bass music, Think & Change arrives sporting some ten tracks spread across five plates and housed in a box set adorned with the distinctive Non Plus brand work. This box set is undoubtedly a statement of how far Non Plus has come since it's emergence in 2009 as an outlet for the Autonomic family of artists, gradually mutating into a more wide ranging approach, with material from Actress, Kassem Mosse and Basic Soul Unit ensuring a reputation as one of the most respected labels in the bass music diaspora. Desirable to many eyes for the presence of Joy Orbison's much requested "Big Room Tech House DJ Tool - TIP!" you should also be checking Four Tet's contribution "For These Times" (easily his best, least fussy club track to date) and "Bad Chicago" from Martyn.
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