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Exclusive Audio: Radioclit, “Secousse”

July 17, 2008

“Secousse” is the name of Radioclit’s tropical-themed monthly bashment in London, but it is also the name of a dance track they did which sounds like DJ Znobia and Armand Van Helden merged into one person and then made a 12” sampling Konono No1. The first time ‘clit sent this track our way for inclusion in a Ghetto Palms blend, that column's author, FADER editor Edwin 'Stats' Houghton, actually said the words “This is the best thing I’ve ever heard.” This week it became available for purchase on Beatport as an EP with four remixes by FADER favs like Crookers (F55) and as we work our way down the playlist from Crookers remix to the Bablee coup decale mix we keep saying “No, This is the best thing I’ve ever heard...” then, from Bablee to Mumdance: “No THIS is the best thing I’ve ever heard...” You follow. It’s good.

Radioclit, "Secousse"

Posted: July 17, 2008
Exclusive Audio: Radioclit, “Secousse”