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Essential Podcast: Take and Nobody Cure the Mondays with Warm Beats, Exotic Tones

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Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 8:56 AM
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Last month we hipped you to the pending Take full-length, Only Mountain forthcoming on Alpha Pup, and shared the West Coast Sound exclusive "Don't Look Down."

With only a week until that excellent album's release, Take has teamed up with his Low End Theory colleague DJ Nobody to craft the latest L.E.T. podcast, a 46-minute set to help take the sting out of your Monday.

Nobody kicks things off with a collection of warm tones, exotic melodies and stuttering beats, giving us a tour through L.A.'s electronic scene and beyond (including a track from rising Anticon signing Baths).

Take follows with an exceptional blend of his own, delivering instrumental etherea and digital thump with equal aplomb, lacing bits of Only Mountain throughout.

Download it over here.

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