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Für die Nacht: Sepalcures Mix für den XLR8R Podcast

Good flight, good night.

The UK gets most of the shine for the whole post-dubstep/future-garage/whatever-the-hell-it’s-called-this-week scene, but a few US artists have been making some noise over on this side of the pond. One such act is Sepalcure, the Brooklyn-based duo of Travis Stewart (a.k.a. Machinedrum) and Praveen Sharma. After years spent working together running the Cassette NYC club night and the online mix archive Percussion Lab, last year the producers joined forces in the studio, focusing on the soulful sounds of ’90s house, 2-step, and UK bass music. Their debut, the Love Pressure EP, dropped earlier this summer on the esteemed Hotflush label, and now we’ve corralled the boys into assembling an exclusive mix for the XLR8R podcast. And not to get all patriotic and flag-waving, but Sepalcure has done the US of A real proud here, expanding their sound palette even further while adeptly shifting tempos, moods, and styles over the course of 23 tracks and 51 minutes.


01 Mediq „Have a Pleasant Stay“
02 Titus 12 „Step Up (Mosca Remix)“
03 Andreya Triana „A Town Called Obsolete (Mount Kimbie Remix)“ (Ninja Tune)
04 Model 500 „I Wanna Be There“ (R&S)
05 Jacques Greene „The Look“
06 vvv „Aisle Seat“
07 Kidkut „ILove04“ (Apple Pips)
08 French Fries „Senta“ (Young Gunz)
09 Sepalcure „Love Pressure (Lando Kal Remix)“
10 L-Vis 1990 „Forever You (Dub)“ (Night Slugs)
11 Sepalcure „Me“
12 Hackman „Always“ (Shifting Peaks)
13 Balam Acab „See Birds“ (Tri Angle)
14 Noiapre „Lava Templada“
15 Dorian Concept „Her Tears Taste Like Pears“ (Ninja Tune)
16 Melanie Fiona „It Kills Me (Breakage Remix)“ (SRC/Universal Motown)
17 XI „Gamma Rain“
18 Shed „No Way!“ (Ostgut Ton)
19 Roof Light „What Makes You So Special“ (Highpoint Lowlife)
20 Fantastic Mr Fox „Over“ (Black Acre)
21 Sines „This Love“
22 Africa Hitech „Said Speed“ (Warp)
23 Autechre „Tilapia“ (Warp)

2 Kommentare

  1. Marx9. September 2010 at 08:54

    Ohmann,das fängt ja schonmal abartig steil an 8-)

  2. Andre10. September 2010 at 13:39

    Balam Acab? wird Witch House tatsächlich langsam Clubtauglich?

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