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Tue, Jun 14
under tracks - 3211 reads
Emotion (Reset! Remix)
Sex. Vomit. Dance. Reset!’s big house flip of NAPT’s “Emotion” invokes all three. The slapping bass throbs, diva samples break a sweat, and rollercoaster beats shudder and heave. And to think, it's only the first release from the rising UK funky/rave/dubstep dudes, on their new label Red Sugar. Five bucks says it’ll become one of our favorite London providers in the years ahead.




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Wed, Jun 01
under HLT compilation - 85090 reads
The Hi-Lo Tunez Plan: 15th Step
MP3s download: The Plan in ZIP file

cover by: Casey Deming




Tracklist:
01. Eleven
(Thao & Mirah - Kill Rock Stars)
02. Defender
(Tahiti 80 - Human Sounds)
03. A Wall, A Century
(Thee Oh Sees - In The Red)
04. Most Days
(Mazes - Fat Cat)
05. Get Gone
(31 Knots - Polyvinyl)
06. Filthy Love
(We Are Enfant Terrible - Last Gang)
07. Ghost in The Park
(Young Rival - Sonic Unyon)
08. Water
(Heypenny - Unsigned)
09. Everything Looks Better In The Sun
(Obits - Sub Pop)
10. So Tired In The Morning
(Erland And The Carnival - Full Time Hobby)
11. A Problem Is A Problem Don't Matter Where You From
(The Death Set - Ninja Tune)
12. Flags
(Who Are You - Disques Nomade)
13. To Ardent
(Black Devil Disco Club feat. Nancy Sinatra - Lo)
14. Easy Action
(The Alps - Mexican Summer)

special thanks to:
Mark Jiggsaw, Jonathan Partch, Simon Pelletier-Gilbert, Hayley Absalom, Carly Starr, Frank Hill, Noah & Sean, Keith Abrahamsson, Udi Radomsky, Maggie Veil, Benoit Tregouet, Mederic and Daniele Pedruzzi, Clare, Johnny Dwyer, Jan Lankish, Casey Deming.

The HLT Plan! is an idea by Deya Alverman, Hi-Lo Tunez ®2002

all songs are under temporary permission of the official labels or artists

click here to watch our previous steps

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Tue, May 10
under tracks - 3750 reads
Modern Art
The Mark Ronson-produced Arabia Mountain, out June 7 on Vice, finds Black Lips sounding a lot like the Fun House incarnation of the Stooges, but with surprising twists. With a fuzzy lead guitar playing something very close to the Phrygian scale that is so common in Arabic and Egyptian music, as well as surf-rock lyrics like “Let’s go out and find the ocean ‘cause I think we need a swim”—“Modern Art” is, in turns, a stylistic statement and a fun rock song.




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