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Learn To Recycle

Release date: 30/09/2008 Digital release date: 30/09/2008 Label: Mofo Hi:Fi

Learn to recycle is initially a scientific experiment! - to render the traditional categories of electronic music redundant by making a track which includes hip hop / downtempo, house and drum and bass tempos all within one track, while using the exact same sample, bass sound and drum kit across all 3 elements. Recycling the core elements in all three styles and so showing that different genres of electronic music can be defined by their similarities as much as their differences.
Fortunately, for such an academic task, the resulting music is both some of the freshest and most exciting music around today, and also very enjoyable to listen to, given the uncompromising nature of its artistic plan!
Despite its unconventional tempo structure, the track can be absolutely massive on more adventurous dancefloors. For rooms where deviating form house tempo will freak people out too much, the "4 on the floor remix" is available!

Track listing:

1. Original Mix
2. 4 on the floor mix
3. Radio edit

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