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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, October 2017

Ain’t done one of these for a while now have we?

All our favourites from the last few weeks in one easy-to-use playlist. Highlights would have to include Pépe’s debut on Lobster Theremin, Dan Shake’s new one from the the brilliantly-names ‘Shakes On A Plane’ and a couple of tracks from Permanent Vacation’s excellent new compilation.

There’s also Jessie Ware-like smoothness from newcomers Silk House, D.I.S.C.O from the likes of Junktion and thatmanmonkz and a couple of forthcoming tracks on Future Classic to lighten the mood too.

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Eric Prydz – Opus (Four Tet remix)

On Friday evening, an excited Kieran Hebdon announced that BBC Radio 1 would be premiering his Four Tet remix of Eric Prydz’ barnstorming stadium-shaker ‘Opus’.

We usually, but not always, have other things to look forward to on a Friday night besides listening to the radio, so we missed it. However, and much to the chagrin of the hyper-loyal Pryda fanbase who can’t even contemplate one of Eric’s tracks being improved by another, the remix was uploaded to Youtube, Facebook et al.

So here it is:

Fairly monstrous. Perhaps avoid an immediate listen if you’re reading this first thing Monday morning.

Four Tet is no stranger to dipping into Prydz’ back catalogue – he played ‘Muranyi’ at Dekmantel earlier this year, during a sensational set we were lucky enough to witness.

No word as of yet on the ‘Opus’ remix getting a release.

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Percussions – Digital Arpeggios

Kieran ‘Four Tet’ Hebdon’s just released one of the tracks of 2015.

‘Digital Arpeggios’, out today on Text Records under Hebdon’s Percussions moniker, has been hotly anticipated since the start of the year. ‘Digital Arpeggios’ first came to many people’s attention on the Essential Mix in March, when Four Tet paired up with Jamie XX.

We were lucky enough to see this live at Dekmantel last month. Foolishly, we left the main stage to see Jackmaster, and we missed out on fully appreciating what proved to be one of the many highlights of the festival.

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Floating Points & Four Tet play Plastic People out

Iconic London club Plastic People closed its doors last weekend, with the venue’s last public night featuring an epic performance from two DJs central to its identity in recent years. Floating Points and Four Tet played back-to-back for six hours on Friday 2nd January, and posted the typically eclectic set on SoundCloud on Monday.

Head there to read their articulate accompanying note which states, somewhat emotionally, that they are “truly humbled to have shared the music we love with people at this place, and your energy in turn has influenced the way we make music on an unfathomable scale.”

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