WashYourHands

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The ability to develop and maintain a groove over 8-10mins is an art very few nail. Not to get all slushy, but they really open up on a decent system with solid separation. Top shelf mixing tools too
 

Simon silverdollarcircle

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@Leo mentioned Duke, so there’s a cross-pollination aspect to

ahhh this is gorgeous. usually with DJ Duke what i like is that it seems like totally functional music. I've never read an interview with him so I don't know what he was about at all, but his sound is often so uninterested in stuff like, y'know, emotions or feelings or beauty or any of that stuff, and it's only really interested in being a HOUSE SLAMMER. which I love, of course.

But I never knew he had this side to him as well. What a sweetie.
 

WashYourHands

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ahhh this is gorgeous. usually with DJ Duke what i like is that it seems like totally functional music. I've never read an interview with him so I don't know what he was about at all, but his sound is often so uninterested in stuff like, y'know, emotions or feelings or beauty or any of that stuff, and it's only really interested in being a HOUSE SLAMMER. which I love, of course.

But I never knew he had this side to him as well. What a sweetie.

End of session record where (it’s been known) you bring up the lights, ease right off the gas and shape shift into the light
 
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