Robert Hood mixes the next DJ-Kicks

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  • The former Underground Resistance member takes on the 66th entry in the !K7 series.
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  • Robert Hood is next up in !K7's DJ-Kicks mix series. The former Underground Resistance member follows last month's entry from Mount Kimbie, with the 66th edition due on November 16th. The 22-track techno mix features four new and exclusive productions from Hood and includes music from Matrixxman, Truncate, Slam and Clouds. The CD and digital release will include all of the available tracks, while the vinyl sampler will take eight cuts from the mix, such as Hood's "Focus." This year, Hood has released a 12-inch, Clocks, on his own label, M-Plant, and Paradygm Shift Volume 3 on Dekmantel. He also DJs and makes music with his daughter, Lyric Hood, as Floorplan. Listen back to Hood's RA Exchange from last year's Dekmantel Festival and revisit Will Lynch's interview from 2014.
    Tracklists CD 01. Connected (Intro) 02. Robert Hood - Focus (DJ-Kicks) 03. Truncate - Terminal 5 04. Slam - Remain 05. Robert Hood - Clocks 06. Marcel Fengler – Thwack 07. Mark Broom - King (Gary Beck Remix) 08. Robert Hood - Greytype I 09. Robert Hood - Mirror Man 10. Stare5 - We Will Not 11. Gary Beck - Video Siren 12. Mark Reeve - Dice 13. Robert Hood - Bond Solid / Robert Hood – Solid Thought / Robert Hood – The Bond We Formed 14. Landside - Signs of Change (Robert Hood Remix) 15. Adrian Hour - Make You Feel Good 16. Ben Long & Tom Hades - The Knight Rider 17. Clouds - Chained to A Dead Camel 18. Hans Bouffmyere & Kyle Geiger - Inwards 19. Robert Hood - Machineform / Robert Hood – Red Machine / Robert Hood - Form 20. Robert Hood - Hall of Mirrors 21. Oliver Deutschmann - Confuzed 22. Matrixxman - Protocol Vinyl Sampler A1 Robert Hood – Focus (DJ-Kicks) A2 Truncate – Terminal 5 B1 Slam – Remain B2 Stare5 – We Will Not C1 Gary Beck – Video Siren C2 Mark Reeve – Dice D1 Landside – Signs of Change (Robert Hood Remix) D2 Ben Long – The Knight Rider !K7 will release DJ-Kicks: Robert Hood on November 16th, 2018. Photo credit: Rik Moran