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Swinging, stripped-down house from Spectral Sound’s Document compilation

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    11 Jun 2010
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‘Life Lessons’ is a new production by Lee Curtiss, taken from the recently released Spectral Sound compilation, Document.

Document marks ten years since Spectral was born from parent label Ghostly International, and includes 11 tracks chosen by label co-manager Ryan Elliott. Curtiss appears alongside other Spectral regulars Audion (Matthew Dear), Seth Troxler and Kate Simko, but there are also some interesting contributions from outside the label’s immediate family – Hieroglyphic Being’s tape-crunched ‘Got No Place To Go’ and a remix by Workshop dude Kassem Mosse of Lawrence’s stately ‘Divided’. You can find more info on Document here.

Lee Curtiss, who has also recorded for the likes of Dumb-Unit and Get Physical, contributes the swinging, reductionist house track in ‘Life Lessons’. Suck it and see.

Download: Lee Curtiss – Life Lessons
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