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Friday, 28 November 2014 in Back to Mine

Two pieces of advice. Never come back to ours if you want "chill out" & play most of these at minus 4 at least.

SYSTEM 7 ‘PLANET 7 - JAMES HOLDEN MIX’ (A-WAVE RECORDS)
Does your head in (in a good way).

GRINGO GRINDER FEAT. ADA ‘SWEET KISS - DG EDIT’ (ONITOR)
Great.

GINGER ALE ‘HAPPY HOUSE - DEXTER MIX’ (VIRGIN)

Wicked cover version, makes everyone smile at stupid o’clock in the morning.

OVERMASTER ‘RHYTHM’ (INIQUITY RECORDS)

Filthy break, heavy bass & the sun comes out with the acid.

SCION ‘EMERGE 0’ (CHAIN REACTION)

Crazy techno but play it at minus 5 & you get a looped up, lo-fi, metallic groover.

TURNTABLEROCKERS ‘TROY’ (FINE RECORDS)

Bouncy electro-disco number that puts a grin on your face

SIDESHOW ‘SLIDE/ BUTTAFACE- MATHEW JONSON MIX’ (SIMPLE RECORDS)

Full atmospherics switched on this one.

JUSTUS KOHNCKE ‘ZWEY PHOTONEN’ (KOMPACT)

This really is "the" morning track

FRANKIE FLOWERS ‘THE KEY’ (CROSSTOWN REBELS)

Equally fresh either in the kitchen or in the club

L.S.B. EDITS ‘AZUL Y NEGRO’ (SUPERDISCOTECA)

Apparently edited from an 80's Spanish new wave band, and still sounds like it was recorded last
week.

IAN BROWN ‘DOLPHINS WERE MONKEYS’ (POLYDOR)

The man. First heard it on Sunday afternoon at a particularly messy party & now it always comes out.

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