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Azari & III Step Step Up To Mix Body Language 13

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Hungry for the power? It would appear so as the Canadian outfit Azari & III have been charged with delivering the latest installment of Get Physical’s acclaimed Body Language compilation. The 13th edition sees Azari & III revert back their status as duo for the mix after the North American pairing expanded into a four piece live band a few years back.

So as a twosome founding members Alixander III  and Dinamo Azari have each decided to helm a CD each from the double disc collection with Dinamo describing his work on the compilation as somewhere in between sounds to chill out to and music ready for the dancefloor stating his mix is “too hard for the day, too soft the night” with a selection of tracks from Locked Groove and Daphni in addition to two new exclusive cuts from himself.

Alixander’s selection appears to be a much more techno dominated affair with efforts from Scuba, Acid Junkies and Plastikman all making the final cut as the producer explains his mix was “was born from memories of cassette mix tapes from my early 90s industrial rave days.”

With fresh tracks from across the techno spectrum including DJ Harvey, Planetary Assault System, Shed and Tommy Four Seven amongst others we think this might just be the surprise package of the year when it comes to compilations and so look forward to hearing it in its entirety when it drops later this month.

Check out the tracklist below

Dinamo Azari mix:01. Intro02. Shed – 44A (Hard Wax Forever)03. Locked Groove – Lost04. Locussolus – Berghain05. Streetwalker – The Nymph06. Barnt – Geffen07. Daphni – Light08. Acid Jesus – Radium09. Tommy Four Seven – Track 5 (Robert Hood Remix)10. Unknown – Test11. Perspects – They Keep Dancing12. Moire – Drugs13. Samo DJ – Leggo14. Unknown – S.Y.S15. Outro

Alixander III mix:01. Acid Junkies – Weird-O-Eight02. Jahiliyya Fields – White Cabbage03. Phone Sex feat Grimes – Blood Diamond04. Origami Suicide – Sweet Blasphemies05. Teste – The Wipe06. Electric Mistress – Manhattan Ave07. Alixander III – In A Vacuum08. Planetary Assault Systems – Suktion09. Gazelle Twin – Heartbeat10. Plastikman – Plasticene11. Azari & III – Change Of Heart12. Scuba – Underbelly13. Alixander III & Hugues St. Amour – 3rd Bi-Annual M-nority Report14. Gazelle Twin – Heartbeat

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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