To mark the passing of a decade since the launch of Locussolus - his first original production outfit since the 1990s - DJ Harvey has decided to offer up an expanded edition of the project's 2011 debut album. You get the set itself - a typically eccentric fusion of druggy electronic grooves, stoner rock sounds, weirdo electronics, tongue-in-cheek vocals, squelchy synths and heavy dub influences - plus tons of remixes, alternative takes, instrumentals and unheard revisions. There are too many highlights to mention, but we're big fans of Lindstrom and Prins Thomas's madcap disco rework of "I Want It", the late Andrew Weatherall's sleazy and heavy remix of "Gunship", Com Truise's spaced-out, synth-heavy version of "Throwdown", and the Emperor Machine's superb, 21-minute take on "Little Boots".
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