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KH - The Track I've Been Playing That People Keep Asking About And That Joy Used In His RA Mix And Daphni Played On Boiler Room Album

KH - The Track I've Been Playing That People Keep Asking About And That Joy Used In His RA Mix And Daphni Played On Boiler Room Album
Performer: KH
Title: The Track I've Been Playing That People Keep Asking About And That Joy Used In His RA Mix And Daphni Played On Boiler Room
Country: UK
Style:African, House, Tribal House
Released: 30 Jan 2013
Catalog Number: TEXT022
Label: Text Records
MP3 album: 2969 mb
FLAC album: 2767 mb
TrackList
1The Track I've Been Playing That People Keep Asking About And That Joy Used In His RA Mix And Daphni Played On Boiler Room
Credits
  • Lacquer Cut ByMatt
  • ProducerFour Tet
Barcodes
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): TEXT022 A1 MATT @ ALCHEMY MPO
Companies
  • Lacquer Cut At – Alchemy Mastering
  • Pressed By – MPO
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Reviews: (6)
Dyni
Dyni
I usually like Four Tet but this is pretty awful. Kieran probably made this track in less time than it actually takes to listen it. Proof that people will buy anything in their droves if it's a limited release and played by the right people.
Marr
Marr
it good old fashioned house music for house music dj's. Its a tool. You use it in conjunction with another record to make a moment. But it actually works on its own too if played at the right time. Derrick Carter layed this OUT at a party here a couple of weeks ago. Lots of great tracks are made out of simple elements. Its not supposed to sound like Four Tet, hence the moniker. This track will be popping up in sets for years. But yes, thank goodness people came to their senses with the pricing. Its not a $50 record.
Vrion
Vrion
Can't really agree with you! It obviously helps if a track is played by the "right" people, but the "right" people don't play bad tracks! This is the type of record which would have the entire club asking "what on earth was that record" - which makes it a good record.
Asher
Asher
Well, each to their own. I think its great - played nice and loud whilst havin' a bit of a mix with some beers and a few smokes. Job's a good un.
Nto
Nto
Agreed. I've liked Kieran's music for 15 years now, but this is just an average DJ tool, nothing more. In the right club setting this record would destroy a dance floor, but only as a build up to something else as it really doesn't go anywhere. Which isn't the point of this record anyway. I'm glad to see this record has come down in price, it's not worth anything more than a tenner, if that.
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I think this is a fantastic record, and give props to Kieran for putting it out there in such a mystifyingly quick, small white label run. It's not the kind of record that will garner huge club play results the way something like FCL's "It's You" might, but it does have an unshakably powerful vocal line running through the core of it - the sheer power of the human voice is the focus of this track, and the vocals are all at once hypnotizing and movement-inducing; the skeletal backing percussion only adds to it. Also notable is how un-Four-Tetty this is. Afro house is nothing particularly new in itself, but Hebden carries it out with head high and convictions showing, and the power of the sample comes through. Listen to it on mp3 first, and if you've been entranced with it since it debuted in Joy O's RA mix like I have, take the time/effort/$$$ to pick up a copy. Dancefloors will thank you.