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Though genres rooted in decades-old traditions and structure, house and techno continued to evolve at a remarkable rate this year.
One such example was the digital eruption of lo-fi house, a sub-genre driven on the back of YouTube algorithms, viral videos, and grainy, yet relentlessly catchy hooks. Offline, tribal house and techno saw a massive resurgence, thanks in large part to European imprints like Innervisions and Keinmusike pushing their low-key brand of hypnotic, afro-centric dance floor tracks.
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On the release front, there were no shortage of standout tracks this year to speak of. Few tracks stuck in the memory of dance fans quite like Bicep's "Glue," a nostalgic ode to the U. But the remix angled the track gently, if firmly, towards the dance floor, adding extra zip in the form of hand percussion and a bright synth riff that hints at breezy steel drums.
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The playful hand percussion almost steals the show, romping around the stern beat and coming close to burying Nite Jewel's vocals. The nature of her confession is not entirely clear, but the groove is undeniable.
The mechanical elements -- thwacking drums, sprightly synth motif -- are offset nicely by what sounds like a human shout and stirring bursts of strings; everything hurtles forward with unwavering purpose, leaving you infernet choice but to give in or get out.
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There's little build and no explosion, only the comfort of stasis.
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