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DJ-Kicks (Incl. Mix)


Download links and information about DJ-Kicks (Incl. Mix) by Apparat. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Ambient, Electronica, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 02:15:58 minutes.

Artist: Apparat
Release date: 2010
Genre: Ambient, Electronica, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 25
Duration: 02:15:58
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No. Title Length
1. Circles (Mixed) 3:04
2. Rushed (Mixed) (featuring 69) 2:40
3. Lengthening Shadows (Mixed) (featuring Telefon Tel Aviv) 3:35
4. Interlude (Mixed) 1:24
5. More Room (Mixed) (featuring Luke Abbott) 1:09
6. Legendary (Mixed) (featuring Oval) 1:31
7. Sub (Mixed) (featuring Patrice Bäumel / Patrice Baumel) 1:01
8. Miniluv (Mixed) (featuring Martyn) 2:18
9. Echocity (Mixed) (featuring Ripperton) 2:25
10. Tower Block (Mixed) (featuring Cosmin TRG) 1:28
11. Falling (Autechre "FR 13" Remix) [Mixed] (featuring Scorn) 2:12
12. I Need a Life (Four Tet Remix) [Mixed] (featuring Born Ruffians) 4:18
13. Welt Am Draht (Mixed) (featuring Pantha Du Prince) 4:02
14. Intervall (Mixed) (featuring Phon. O) 2:10
15. Moth (Mixed) (featuring Burial + Four Tet) 4:55
16. The Madness of Moths (Mixed) (featuring Vincent Markowski) 3:23
17. Tempest (Mixed) (featuring Ramadanman) 4:29
18. Harrowdown Hill (Mixed) (featuring Thom Yorke) 3:47
19. Lesser People (Mixed) (featuring Spherix) 1:14
20. TV Power (Mixed) (featuring Oval) 1:00
21. The Shrew Would Have Cushioned the Blow (Mixed) (featuring Joy Orbison) 4:49
22. Sayulita (DJ-Kicks) [Mixed] 3:58
23. Worn Down (Mixed) (featuring T) 1:55
24. Borderlands (Mixed) (featuring Tim Hecker) 5:06
25. Apparat DJ-KiCKS Mix (Continuous Mix) 1:08:05



The selections on Sascha Ring's contribution to the !K7 label’s DJ-Kicks series date back to the early ‘90s, but there’s technically no looking back on the part of the DJ/producer. They’ve all been “recently discovered.” The majority of this set does originate from 2006-2010, incorporating lean dubstep and streamlined techno with a couple outliers. 69’s “Rushed,” released by Carl Craig in 1993, is easily the most physical and intense of the lot. Strangely, it’s deployed as the second track in the sequence. Very shortly thereafter, the mix switches from charging to relatively sedate — alternately melodic and abstract material suited more for home listening than clubbing. A handful of the highlights come off newer dubstep/post-dubstep 12" releases: Cosmin TRG's scuffling “Tower Block,” Ramadanman’s pinging/churning “Tempest,” and Joy Orbison's buoyant “The Shrew Would Have Cushioned the Blow” (the latter two of which were included on Scuba’s earlier Sub:Stance mix). Ring’s own “Sayulita,” an exclusive, is one of his most evocative, dynamic productions of late, full of space and percussive friction.