Kele Okereke – Bloc Party
Junior Boys dj
Baron Castle

Thought you had Bloc Party pegged? Prepare to be surprised. Make that very surprised. The London four-piece have always had an undertow of dance music, something to do with their propulsive rhythm section perhaps, but their installment in the !K7 Tapes series, selected and mixed by Kele, is pretty much a full-on dance-floor set full of twists and turns. „We always respected dance music,“ explains Kele. „It’s where lots of ideas for our songs started. Our first single, ‚She’s Hearing Voices‘, was very much inspired by the image of people dancing. Rhythm and groove has always been important to the band and I wanted to reflect that. I guess it’s something that I’m taking further with this mix.“

Bloc Party Tapes Cover: Vierter Teil der K7-Mixreihe “Tapes”, die sich im Konzept am guten alten Mixtape orientiert: zwei Seiten mit unterschiedlichen Sounds.


Zia / Manifesto Meditations – Intro
Do Make Say Think – I Love You (La La La)
Tweak / Tony Allen – Leroy
Wiley – Numbers In Action (Sticky Remix)
Wookie feat. Lain – Battle
French Fries – Space Alarm
Bloc Party – Obscene (Kele Okereke Remix) exclusive track
Double 99 – RIP Groove
Fela Aniulapo Kuti & Afrika 70 – Shuffering & Shmiling
Torske – Jeg Vil Være Søppelmann
Larry Heard presents Mr. White – The Sun Can’t Compare (Long Version)
Cajmere – Percolator (Jamie Jones Vault Mix)
Junior Boys – Like A Child (Carl Craig Remix)
Vaghe Stelle – The Platform (Samoyed Remix)
Jacques Greene – The Look (Koreless Remix)

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