German house deviant STL is a wonderful yet mysterious figure, indeed. The man has been producing incredible material for the past fifteen years, the majority of which has come out through his own Something imprint and the mighty Perlon, but he rarely ventures out into the light for a DJ set. We don't blame him. His music speaks volumes about his talent, and there is no need for him to play other people's music on a regular basis if he is as productive as he is. "Star Child" contains that inimitable STL swagger, a glitchy, dubby kind of house flex which is, of course, followed by one of his infamous loops, named "Loop A" here. "Knowledge" is a little bumpier and more uplifting compared to his usual mood, but "A Million Lights" sorts that right out by dropping a lethal dose of Detroit-style badness on us. Don't forget that last "Loop B" to drive your sets that little but closer to insanity.
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