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Ada, Adaptations Mixtape #1

Back in 2004, Ada's Blondie was the go-to album to persuade your girlfriend or boyfriend that techno really was "okay." Borrowing from pop-house veterans Everything But The Girl (via a cover of "Each and Everyone") and indie-rockers Yeah Yeah Yeahs ("Maps"), Michaela Dippel broke out of the Cologne techno ghetto to achieve crossover critical, if not commercial, success. That's not to say that she left behind her Rhineland roots -- every one of Ada's solo releases has been on a hometown label; and with frequent remixes from the cream of the Kompakt label, it was inevitable that one day she would release on the venerable imprint. Her music is a perfect fit for Kompakt with it's emphasis on somehow euphoric ....<br/><br/> 6:46 a.m. Saturday 4th July 2009 EST
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