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Featuring exclusive tracks from Machine Woman, Rrose and Ikonika.

Laurel Halo is the latest artist to head up the ongoing mix series DJ-Kicks. The 68th edition of the series sees the producer and DJ moving through frenetic electro and percussive techno over 28 tracks.

Featuring tracks from FACT favorites Parris, Siete Catorce and Kiki Kudo, the mix includes seven exclusive tracks from Machine Woman, Rrose, Ikonika, FIT Siegel, Nick León and two new tracks from Laurel Halo herself.

The mix follows the producer’s excellent mini-album for Latency, Raw Silk Uncut Wood, as well as her collaborative EP with Hodge, Tru / Opal / The Light Within You, which was released on Livity Sound.

Laurel Halo DJ-Kicks will be available digitally, on CD and LP via !K7 on March 22 and is available to pre-order now. Check out the cover art and tracklist below.

Laurel Halo

Tracklist CD / Digital:
** = Exclusive

01. Laurel Halo – ‘Public Art’ **
02. Stallone the Reducer – ‘Always Hate’
03. Red Axes – ‘5 min (feat. CAR)’
04. Parris – ‘Puro Rosaceae’
05. Rrose – ‘Cricoid Pressure’ **
06. Machinewoman – ‘Just Made Some Jazz Music’ **
07. WCC – ‘Ana’
08. FIT Siegel – ‘Pennyrut’ **
09. Yamaoka – ‘Plastic PQ’
10. Siete Catorce – ‘Canto’
11. Facta – ‘Poliwhirl’
12. Laurel Halo & Hodge – ‘The Light Within You’
13. Ikonika – ‘Bodied’ **
14. Griffit Vigo – ‘A.C.I.D (Electronic Gqom Mix)’
15. Panda Lassow – ‘Lachowa’
16. Dario Zenker – ‘Koraimer Bro’
17. Final Cut – ‘Temptation’
18. Aos – ‘Violent Light’
19. Geoffrey Landers – ‘Brian’s Having a Party’
20. Via Maris – ‘Side Effects’
21. Laurel Halo – ‘Oneiroi’
22. Nick León – ‘Pelican Dub’ **
23. Stefan Ringer – ‘Lust’
24. Kirk The Flirt – ‘Loser’
25. Laurel Halo – ‘Sweetie’ **
26. Blake Baxter – ‘Funky World (Blake Baxter Remix)’
27. Kiki Kudo – ‘Freakey Keke’
28. Group A – ‘Ketabali’
29. Whitefield Brothers – ‘Ntu’

Tracklist LP:

A1. Laurel Halo – ‘Public Art’ **
A2. Parris – ‘Puro Rosaceae’
A3. Rrose – ‘Cricoid Pressure’ **
B1. Machinewoman – ‘Just Made Some Jazz Music’ **
B2. FIT Siegel – ‘Pennyrut’ **
B3. Siete Catorce – ‘Canto’
C1. Ikonika – ‘Bodied’ **
C2. Panda Lassow – ‘Lachowa’
C3. Nick León – ‘Pelican Dub’ **
D1. Stefan Ringer – ‘Lust’
D2. Laurel Halo – ‘Sweetie’ **
D3. Group A – ‘Ketabali’

Read next: 7 must-hear mixes from January 2019 – Surreal avant-club, boggy techno, destabilized bass

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