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The first half of the mix chugs along a perpetual house pulse, teased open by Bicep’s Chicago-meets-acid house number “Silk”. Light and dark cuts sit side-by-side here from Axel Boman, Renaissance Man, and Frenchman Clement Meyer, with a brief nod to electro via Brodinski’s own Gucci Vump alias. London funky anthem “Heartbeat”, remixed by veteran Paul Woolford, provides a slight dip in pace before jetting into the high octane portion of the mix that weaves its way to back to acidic techno territories. Brodinski’s mixing flare comes into play as he plunges DVS1’s rework of “For The People” down to a menacing sulk before accelerating towards the climatic “Body Acid”. The final leg features a peek at Brodinski’s new Bromance label with a track off its first EP from Gesaffelstein and Switch’s new solo effort, the yearning dubstep ballad “I Still Love You”.
|quote||I tried to include every track that has change my life over the last two years going from slow motion Techno to R'n'B, from backroom music to Acid House.|