|2||Attractive Opposite (Hush Mix)|
|3||Tickling The Ivory|
|6||Range Of Motion|
Black Lodge mainstay Jason James explains his freshest Force Placement track pack as “a hazy late night vibe... songs you play on your way home from the rave: bottom heavy enough to stay awake but kind of heady and tripped out.” Sculpted from sketches conceived during early morning post-party sessions, Vibe Repair snakes, slinks, and slides through various fogged comedown rhythms, from noir house to dusty breaks to empty alley jack.
James cites “classic jazz, funk, hip-hop & ambient” as his recent listening cross-section, which slip in and out of focus on these 10 smoky sleepwalker steppers, channeling the bleary bump of a sound system in a busted building down the block on an unlit street. The night’s late but not lost – repair the vibe.