|1.||Bjarki - "Baepolar" (6:23)|
|2.||Nina Kraviz - "Don't Mind Wrong Keys" (5:03)|
|1.||AFX - "P String" (7:08)|
|1.||Bjarki - "Naked Naked" (5:48)|
|2.||Barcode Population - "Temple Ball" (5:36)|
|1.||Biogen - "Track 7" (5:54)|
|2.||PTU - "Taorak" (3:43)|
Irrespective of whether one buys into the appeal of Nina Kraviz as a DJ, there is little doubt about her ability to A&R a label. The latest split release on Trip features Kraviz herself, label regular Bjarki and a rare Aphex Twin track. Recorded under his AFX guise, "P-String" originally surfaced back in 1995 on a Peel session. Its combination of pounding drums and chilling strings stills sounds fresh and, to Kraviz' credit, is in keeping with the tone of the release. Bjakri's "Baepolar" chops up mid-90s jungle bass with glitchy rhythms, while his "Naked Naked" is a storming techno affair, led by pounding kicks. Even Kraviz gets in on the 90s mood, with the deep, abstract groove of "Don't Mind Wrong Keys".
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