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|1.||"Yes, No, Maybe" (feat Tom Misch - Sterac Electronics remix) (6:26)|
|2.||"Call Of The Wild" (feat Jungle By Night - Cinthie remix) (6:05)|
|3.||"High Life" (feat Lorenz Rhode - Jura Soundsystem remix) (4:50)|
|1.||"Ketama Gold" (Matt Karmil remix) (7:36)|
|2.||"Ex Machina" (Gari Romalis Detroit On The Move remix) (6:03)|
In our opinion, the best remix EPs are those that don't plough a narrow dancefloor furrow, but instead offer up reworks that touch on different styles and sounds. That's what you get here as an invited cast re-interprets tracks from Detroit Swindle's "Highlife" LP. The star attractions are arguably twinfold: a killer electro-soul take on "Yes, No Maybe" by Dutch veteran Sterac Electronics and a bustling revision of "Call of the Wild" by Cinthie that sounds like a mid-90s NYC basement house jam. That said, we're also big fans of Jura Soundsystem's dubbed-out Balearic electro mix of "High Life" and the formidably floor-friendly tweaks by Matt Karmil and Gari Romalis on side B. In other words, it's a very strong EP.
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