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malibu’s second self dj lostboi offers “a humble selection of collages, loops and reworks” from a soft hand. They come up close, like a sea shell put to your ear. Hear the distant crashing of white foam against grey stone, the whisperings and wailings of insentient bodies, their voices like a blue mist rising. I’m wet. It’s raining. I go into my room and shut the door.
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