Ndf ‎– Since We Last Met

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DFA ‎– dfa2265
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Side A plays at 45 RPM.
Side B plays at 33⅓ RPM.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
dfa2265, 333537 Ndf Since We Last Met (Ricardo Villalobos Remixes)(3xFile, MP3, 320) DFA, DFA dfa2265, 333537 UK 2010
dfa2265wl Ndf Since We Last Met(12", Single, Ltd, RE, RP, W/Lbl) DFA dfa2265wl UK, Europe & US 2013 Sell This Version

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le58

le58

September 30, 2014

Nothing to say of this release, this is perfect (10/10)... check it yourself.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

October 3, 2010
Quasi Jam Band falls into a drunken k hole. This record should be like a dream come true in certain regards. What, with the respective catalogs this 3 way have in their wake. That said. DFA has released far more reality challenging and reality challenged music than this one.
Bruno Pronsato finds himself working into something like a Vampire Weekend-ish not quite African, but not quite Caribbean and not quite Birkenstock/huarache vibe. In comparison to what he's capable of and so forth. It's pretty safe stuff, and a step sideways in forward thinking dance music. It'll sound great at a festival with a lot of people who don't know much about dance music except for jam bands, and be that teaser to get into deeper weirder places for those inclined, or the sort of strange long sort of hippyish track most others will use as a bridge to get down to their more normal business. But. It's pretty safe stuff. It sounds like something Bruno would do with the hand claps percussion wise. The flutes in the front half are nice and spacious, then it begins almost a singing bowl experiment of chakra alignment in the midsection and it sort "lifts off" like its going into the trees before bringing it home with one last choral hurrah.
Ricardo turns in what I think is one of his more featureless mixes here as well. It sort of begins as it ends and has some flutes somewhere in the middle. It is hypnotic, which might be because there is a bonging type sound at the forefront of the percussion which does not quit and the vocals are muddled, discaffected, repetitious and cracked out sounding. It'll work with the otherwise enabled how it is supposed to and things separate a bit for them and the normal gets funny. But, given both their respective capabilities to whip up hairy armed eyes wide open dance floor devastating strangeness. Could this be stronger and stranger stuff? But, yes. Of course.