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  • Release Date 2011-10-31
  • Label Bad Life
  • Catalog BLV215322
Big reworks of autoKratz new project from Tai, Night Symmetry and Lazy Ants.



A few weeks back we sent you Heart Attack Man and Sucker Sirens, two tracks which signalled a new era for autoKratz, retuning them to the vanguard of banging dancefloor electronics.



The response was stunning, and the originals have been lapped up by DJ's across the board. 



So we went and got you three more shipments of potent dancefloor fertilizer. 

Tai (Boys Noize, Turbo, Dim Mak) leads the pack with the kind of spine-shattering electro for which he's renowned. It's hard. It's infectious. It's an extraordinarily good remix. 



London newcomers Night Symmetry go for a more techy yet no less devastating take on Heart Attack Man, whilst Lazy Ants follow their recent Crookers collab on Dr Gonzo by stripping things down yet further and throwing in a whole load of earthquake inducing subby throbs. An all round good job. 



Style of Eye: Big Support!
NT89: Love it! I'll be playing both
Lee Mortimer: Proper Jackin'!
Jaymo (BBC R1): Niiiiiice! This one's for the 4am crew!
Attaque: Makes my studio into a warehouse. Perfect for my set at the mental health inmates party.
John Roman: Both huge club bangers
Don Rimini: I love them!
Maelstrom: Funny & Rough - big tracks indeed!
Jacob Van Hague: Great stuff! Support!
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