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PITCHFORK REVIEW of TETRACHROMAT

Friends of Friends offshoot Young Adults' latest release is an EP from Daniel T, a Southern California house upstart who’s put out promising nu-disco singles as one half of Cosmic Kids. Tetrachromat is his sunniest and most musically varied offering so far, painting the producer as an enthusiastic cultural omnivore...

 
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RESIDENT ADVISOR REVIEW of TETRACHROMAT

LA's house scene is in better shape than it's been in a long time. It can't hurt that a lot of the city's best artists reflect its permanently sunny skies, and that includes the Cosmic Kids, AKA Ron Poznansky and Dan Terndrup. They've been plugging away for years—you might recognize them from EPs on Throne Of Blood and Let's Play House—and this solo 12-inch from Terndrup for local label Young Adults is the best thing they've done...

 
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TESTPRESSING.ORG REVIEW of WINDY LADY

An L.A.-based cover of Tatsuro Yamashita`s classic “Windy Lady” (1)(Dan responsible for some nice releases on Young Adults, and that recent remix of our friends, Vetiver (2)), updating the City Pop as sultry electronic Dub...

 
 
 
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OKAY AFRICA FEATURE

Los Angeles-based spinner and producer Daniel T., of boogie-house-disco DJ duo Cosmic Kids, gives us a taste from his upcoming album of afro-disco edits in his new mixtape. African Standard is an hour and a half of vintage grooves fused with 80s synthpop tracks. It’s Talking Heads meets Tony AllenAmadou & MiriamSegun AdewaleBébé Manga, plus countless other greats, all featured on a mix that’s guaranteed to make you move...

 
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AQUARIUM DRUNKARD "SKATELAND" MIX

For the last six months or so I’ve been religiously attending DJ Clyde’s Sunday Night Roll at Skateland in Northridge. True roller skating culture was not something I grew up with, so for me, seeing this place for the first time was mind-blowing...

 
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HIT CITY USA FEATURE: 10 RECORDS FOR $10

The record store $1 bin is a bit of a paradox. The lure of cheap vinyl is undeniable, but one can't help but discredit and ignore it — if there was anything worthwhile in there, it wouldn't be on sale for just a buck, right? Not exactly...