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DJ Healer - Lost Lovesongs / Lostsongs Vol. 2 Music Album Reviews

On a pair of 30-minute SoundCloud streams, the former Giegling affiliate applies his windswept aesthetic to boom-bap, ambient, and jungle, to emotive—some would say maudlin—effect.
The Prince of Denmark—that is, the proper prince, Shakespeare’s prince, the skull-fondler and doomed dilly-dallier known widely as Hamlet—was a blurry sort of character. Famously unsure of himself, he was prone to things like acting mad and then forgetting it was meant to be an act, and also spreading death like a contagion. At the end of Hamlet (spoiler alert, for those who haven’t tuned in since the 17th century) everyone’s been offed and the kingdom is in disarray. Now, it may seem a little overcooked to start drawing parallels with Giegling’s Prince of Denmark—the anonymous, much-adored, much-emoting techno producer whose aliases include DJ Metatron, Traumprinz, and now DJ Healer—but then, he’s never been afraid to lay it on a bit thick himself. As he exits the troubled kingdom of Giegling, still in turm…


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