Dj Kicks



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1. pockets (four tet)
2. imagination limitation (henrik schwarz)
3. my piano (hot chip)
4. i can t tell you why (chromeo)
5. feel so good (the juan maclean)
6. triangle folds (holden)
7. you don t wash dub (kode9)
8. sayulita (apparat)
9. lonely c feat. charles levine (soul clap)
10. l.o.v.e. (motor city drum ensemble)
11. m.a.r.s. (scuba)
12. an iceberg hurled northward through clouds (gold panda)
13. fountainhead (photek & kuru)

Not for nothing was DJ Kicks once named the most important DJ mix series ever by dance music bible Mixmag. In the 17 years since it started in 1995 with CJ Bollands scene-defining techno set, via landmark releases by Kruder & Dorfmeister, Smith & Mighty and Kemistry & Storm, its established a reputation for quality, forward-thinking mixes by dance musics big names. Thats a statement that holds just as true for the last five years, which has seen UK synth poppers Hot Chip, New York retro-futurists The Juan MacLean and London dubstep icon Kode 9, amongst many others, add their weight to the franchise. A big part of DJ Kicks idea is the exclusive track on each album: every artist doing DJ Kicks has to write and include a piece of music thats not available anywhere else. The second Exclusives album, follow-up to the first collection released in 2006, collates all 14 of those DJ Kicks-only moments from the last five years. The result is as wide ranging and eclectic as the series itself. Kieren Four Tet Hebden turns in a stunning performance on Pockets, fusing clattering live percussion to sweeps of analogue synth and swirling electronics. My Piano sees Hot Chip on fine form, weaving the piano of the song title into one of their trademark synth pop grooves. Meanwhile The Juan MacLean conjure up a mammoth ten-minute slow-burn dancefloor bomb that starts with a bubbling Giorgio Moroder-style arpeggio and builds to a crescendo as glassy keys are piled on in multiple layers and Nancy Wang sings You like it when its too much. One of the strongest DJ Kicks mixes of recent times is that by London expatriate Scuba, who now lives in Berlin. His track M.A.R.S. bridges the two cities, taking the techno aesthetic of his adopted home and grafting it onto a breakbeat steeped in his dubstep roots. Then theres Triangle Folds by techno wünderkind James Holden, a mind-bending digital flight of fancy beamed in from the outer rim of human consciousness. Oh, and Photeks new exclusive track taken from his forthcoming mix, the 39th incidentally, which is due out next year.

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