|1.||"Do Let Your Youth Go To Waste" (5:36)|
|2.||"Dancing On Soft Borders" (reprise) (4:36)|
|3.||"After A Short Illness" (2:43)|
|1.||"Dancing On Soft Borders" (3:56)|
|2.||"RIYL Failures" (9:32)|
While the name may be new, A New Line (Related) is supposedly the work of an already established musician, although Kimochi was never a label that cared about hype. The music stands just fine on its own, digging into the kind of dusty and dusky house and techno formations that the label has forged its hand-sprayed identity on. There's plenty of ambient techno twirls to be enjoyed on the likes of "Dancing On Soft Borders", while the beats melt away entirely on "After A Short Illness" and grandiose EP closer "RIYL Failures". Once again Kimochi comes up with the kind of meaningful variations on the 4/4 framework that keep our record bags full and our souls enriched.
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