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Get Lost V Mixed By Acid Pauli

by Various Artists

Get Lost V Mixed By Acid Pauli by Various Artists

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Get Lost V Mixed By Acid Pauli

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Label: Crosstown Rebels
While Damian Lazarus' Crosstown Rebels label is best known for its hedonistic brand of synth-heavy house, volume five in the Get Lost series takes a detour into slower, mellower, more psychedelic sounds. Acid Pauli, a member of The Notwist, uses disc one to highlight dubby, buoyant deep house spiced up with pop melodies, snatches of world music and quirky circus vibes -- the kind of sound you might hear on a Sunday afternoon at Berlin's KaterHolzig, where Pauli is a resident. Disc two is tougher, but just as lysergic in its own way, taking diehard clubbers all the way to Monday morning.

About This Album

While Damian Lazarus' Crosstown Rebels label is best known for its hedonistic brand of synth-heavy house, volume five in the Get Lost series takes a detour into slower, mellower, more psychedelic sounds. Acid Pauli, a member of The Notwist, uses disc one to highlight dubby, buoyant deep house spiced up with pop melodies, snatches of world music and quirky circus vibes -- the kind of sound you might hear on a Sunday afternoon at Berlin's KaterHolzig, where Pauli is a resident. Disc two is tougher, but just as lysergic in its own way, taking diehard clubbers all the way to Monday morning.

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Disc 2

About This Album

While Damian Lazarus' Crosstown Rebels label is best known for its hedonistic brand of synth-heavy house, volume five in the Get Lost series takes a detour into slower, mellower, more psychedelic sounds. Acid Pauli, a member of The Notwist, uses disc one to highlight dubby, buoyant deep house spiced up with pop melodies, snatches of world music and quirky circus vibes -- the kind of sound you might hear on a Sunday afternoon at Berlin's KaterHolzig, where Pauli is a resident. Disc two is tougher, but just as lysergic in its own way, taking diehard clubbers all the way to Monday morning.