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HAL, Still So High, First Blood

KOLSCH/TIGA - HAL, Still So High, First Blood
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KOLSCH/TIGA - HAL, Still So High, First Blood

Kolsch / Tiga

HAL, Still So High, First Blood

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Cat: IPSO 002D
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Genre: Techno
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TITLE
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05:45
125
06:34
127
06:47
125
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Review

Following last year's collaboration with Kompakt boss Michael Mayer, Kolsch now teams up with another well-known artist. This co-authored release with Tiga starts off in relatively unfamiliar territory: the title track is a fuzzy, chord heavy workout that has an evocative edge thanks to its airy synths. "Still So High" sees the pair revert to type as a buzzing bass supports vocal samples and atmospheric sound scapes, but it's "First Blood" that really captures both artists' style most accurately. A pile-driving rhythm, raw drums and fuzzy, filtered percussive bursts support an 80s synth line that will ensure the latest IPSO collaboration is unforgettable.

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